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We are situated in the centre of Drayton Bassett and exist for the people of the village whether they worship regularly or not.  By holding events throughout the year, we hope to bring more people together in fellowship and friendship.

New 9.30am start time for Sunday services.  Please check our Church Notice Board for details.  Check the Bells Appeal Blog

Services are led by Rev Jonathan Iddon with an excellent team of visiting clergy and lay readers.


Services commence at 9.30 am each Sunday and follow a set pattern:


1st Sunday all-age worship. (with any planned baptism)


2nd and 4th Sunday - Morning Worship.


3rd and 5th Sunday - HolyCommunion.

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Rev. Jonathan Iddon
St. Peter's Church at the heart of Drayton Bassett is built of local sandstone in Gothic style with nave, chancel and 15th century tower.  The Church is one of the Peel Group of Parishes, including Churches at Fazeley and Canwell.

A project to augment our Church bells from four to six to comemorate the centenary of the First World War has been launched.  The project which is being headed up by John Mulvey who has long standing links with the Church and village of Drayton Bassett,  has an objective to raise £30,000.  The money wil be used to purchase two new bells and upgrade an existing one. One of the new bells is intended to commemorate the six men from Drayton Bassett who gave their lives in WW1.

A blog has been put on-line to tell the story of the project and record the progress being made.


Click to read the Blog:


Anyone wishing to help with the appeal, make a donation, or be part of the fundraising activity can either contact us through the website, or make direct contact with John.  His details are in his blog.

Bells Appeal Launched