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East Halton
 
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

The tower at St Peter's dates from the Decorated period.

Mark Acton 2014

East Halton, St Peter church, tower
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

The variety of window styles at St Peter's are apparent in this view: Decorated in the south aisle, Early English in the chancel.

July 2014

East Halton, St Peter church
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

St Peterís, East Halton, lies close to the Humber estuary.

Its chancel is Early English, the rest is Decorated.

The various building materials blend into an attractive exterior.

July 2014

East Halton, St Peter church
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

St Peter's East Halton, viewed from the south.

July 2014

East Halton, St Peter church
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

Early twentieth-century postcard with view of St Peter's from the south-west.

Courtesy Brenda Coulson

East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

View of St Peter's from the south-east in winter sunshine.

Brenda Coulson, undated

East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter, boot scraper
East Halton, St Peter, boot scraper
East Halton, St Peter, boot scraper

A cast-iron boot scraper (probably early 20th century?) at the south porch of St Peter's.

July 2014

East Halton, St Peter church, bootscraper
East Halton, St Peter, windows
East Halton, St Peter, windows
East Halton, St Peter, windows

The windows in the south aisle - as seen here on the left - of St Peter's are from the Decorated period.

By contrast the chancel is Early English and has this unusual window with plate tracery (right).

July 2014

East Halton, St Peter church, windows, plate tracery