Church of St Peter, Arlesey facts for kids
Internal evidence dates the church to originally be from the 12th century, as only a nave. Aisles were later added in the 13th and 14th centuries.
In the 1600s, the original tower collapsed and was replaced by a small wooden belfry for many years.
The current tower was built in 1877.
The nave is 64 feet long by 17 feet wide. The chancel adds 16 feet in length with a width of 26 feet. The two aisles add around 10ft each. The modern tower is around 12 feet square.
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