St. Peter’s has published a number of booklets which explain the history of the rebuilding of the church in 1742 as well as looking at the early medieval period through to the 20th century and St. Peter’s links with the history of the town. They also provide information about significant individuals and families in the 18th and 19th centuries.
A short history of St. Peter’s Church Congleton R. Drew £2
This gives a picture of the development of the building from the medieval period through to the 20th century
St. Peter’s Church and its people. A guided tour for visitors to St. Peter’s Church R. Drew £2
A walk round the church with information about some of the people on the memorials
Rebuilding the House of God R. Drew £3.00
This booklet provides some understanding of the reasons for the rebuilding of St. Peter’s, describes the structure of the new chapel and identifies the men who carried out the work.
St. Peter’s Other People Heirs and Successors R. Drew £3.50
This booklet is a sequel to Rebuilding the House of God and explains the development of St. Peter’s from around 1760 through the Regency Period and up to the beginning of the Reign of Queen Victoria in 1837.
A Guide to the Heraldry of the Parish Church of St. Peter’s Congleton James Blundell £5.
With biographical notes of the families and individuals represented.
To order booklets please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Postage of £1 for one booklet and £2 for 2 or more will be added to the cost.
They are also available to purchase from St. Peter’s. Proceeds will go to St. Peter’s Restoration and Development Fund.