This charming country church set in a well kept sprawling churchyard, stands a little way apart from the village
A statue of St Peter in an ogee niche over the C15 South porch door welcomes all worshippers into his church.
The long north aisle has four lancet windows and is separated from the nave by an open arcade
The plain oak reredos below the East window looks rather severe. It stands behind a C17 Stuart communion table.
The Y traceried East window dates from the 1300s and now holds pleasant C19 stained glass.
The priest's door into the chancel is flanked by C15 windows
During the C19 restoration the previous pulpit dated 1678 was replaced
There are fine memorials on the north aisle wall commemorating service men from WW1, and a plaque for the service personnel from this village in WW2.
There's also a plaque to the memory of the American 8th Army Air Corps who flew out of Holton during WW2
I love this churchyard, it's on different levels with a 1914-1918 war memorial standing down in the bottom graveyard. Lots of small areas have been left for wildlife conservation, but it was nice to see there were mown footpaths around them.