The Church is fortunate to be able to call upon a very active laity who take responsibility for running many successful parish organisations.

Bell Tower

St. Peter’s has a fine peal of eight bells, presented in 1921 by Sir David and Lady Rutherford in memory of their son, Lt. David Rutherford, who was killed in Ireland in 1920. The bells are rung for the 9.30am Sunday service and for weddings by arrangement. The regular home tower ringers enjoy Wednesday practice nights when they often receive instruction from more experienced ringers from other local towers.

Flower Committee

The Committee is responsible for all flower arrangements in church, week by week and at festivals. The cost of flowers is met either from donations or from parish funds.

Parent and Toddler Group

An open group which meets every Wednesday in term time in the Parish Hall between 9.30 and 11.30am for play and chat with refreshments. For further information please use the ‘Contact’ form.

Over 60’s Club

An outreach group of some 40 older members of the community, some of whom are members of the congregation, which affords the opportunity to socialise and enjoy a variety of activities and events. There is usually a summer outing each year and a Christmas dinner, which has been provided by the local BUPA hospital for the past few years.

St Peter’s Players

A theatrical group which began in the late 1950’s and for many years most members came from St. Peter’s congregation. The group was set up to stage pantomimes but as it grew and became more ambitious it started to put on plays and musicals. Over the years, the fortunes of the Players fluctuated and gradually the number of members from St. Peter’s became fewer. However, under the present chairmanship, the Players have seen a tremendous revival and have had a great success in 2000 with their production in Church of Jesus Christ Superstar followed by Sweeney Todd in 2001, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat in 2002, Children of Eden in 2003, Sleeping Beauty in 2005 and Babes in the Wood in 2007.