St Peters is a Grade I Church and stands in the middle of the market town of Oundle. There has been a church in this town since at least 709, when history tells us that a Saxon saint called Wilfrid died at his church in Oundle. Since then the building has changed and adapted to the needs of every generation.
The works included;
The design and Installation of specially fitted decorative Iron gates to the West porch doorway – Contractor: Messrs Ironcraft.
Removal of the pews in the Lady Chapel, and renewed floor using the existing Altar base stones.
Installation of traceried oak glazed with ‘Cathedral Glass’ to form a Lady Chapel/quiet area within the body of the Church.
Pew Ends by Gilbert Scott were incorporated in the main screen and Altar.
The formation of a disabled access into the Church which included the lowering of the South Porch pavings, installation of glazed automatic doors, new wheelchair ramp and stepped platform.
Works to the Lady Chapel, New Glass Automatic Entrance Doors and Entrance Ramp