Objects of interest
Early 16th century piscina – a stone basin (with a drain), near the altar, in Catholic and pre-reformation churches, such as St Peter’s. It was used for draining water that had been used in a mass. You can see the piscina in the recess, near the entrance of the Dallam Chapel.
The Levens (north) chapel
The surviving part of the original register begins at the year 1607, and is, with other registers, in the Kendal Archive.
The living of Heversham
This living, formerly the gift of St Mary’s, York, is now in the hands of Trinity College, Cambridge.
The list of rectors and vicars of Heversham, since 1180, is by the main exit of the church.
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If you'd like to ask about any aspect of St Peter's Church history, church records and so on,