Little Warley - St Peter - North Wall
The north wall displays a patchwork of differently styled attempts to keep the building going. The Perpendicular stone window is bisected and filled in by the Victorian brickwork. The early 16th century chancel has had a succession of buttresses added to it, each in a different style in an effort to stop it collapsing. The tower itself is a 1718 rebuild on an earlier stone base. The building is still going, although it clearly needs maintenance. The problem is the people have lost interest - a once a month Evensong service in the lovely Elizabethan box-pews is only just keeping the church in the status of "used".