St. Peters Weston

A Church has been here since Saxon Times, and is mentioned

in the Doomsday book of 1066.

The Church was damaged when it was used as a cavalry outpost

when Oliver Cromwell camped on the high ground a mile to the N.W

at the now named Cromwells corner, the site of the modern village of

Ringsfield. The church was originally thatched but replaced by tiles in 1849.