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St Peter's Street,
The church is medieval, but its roots go back much further. The Nave, with its rectangular piers and pointed arches, dates from the 12th century. Early 14th century glass can be seen in the east window.
St Peter's has another feature: a peace which is in marked contrast to the busyness of the street, a peace which owes much to the fact that it has been a place of prayer and worship for some 900 years.
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Situated on St Peter's Street (a continuation of the High Street) on the corner of St Peter's Lane, and a short walk from the Westgate Towers.
: 1 mile from Canterbury West station