Quinquennial Inspection Report for St Peter, Harbertonford. The church is a Grade 2 listed stone building with a slate roof in the decorated style, erected in 1859 by J Nottidge. The building consists of the nave and a chancel with apse, east and west transepts and a north porch. A small belfry with a spire, containing one bell, is located centrally where the transepts cross with the nave.
Mixed Use, Refurbishment
Inside the church there is a dramatic star-shaped scissor-braced roof over the crossing of the nave with the transepts. There are also black marble shafts to the chancel windows, where stained glass panels illustrate the life of St Peter.
There is also a small vestry located to the south of the west transept. The church will seat approximately 200 people. Also of interest is the Grade 2 listed war memorial within the churchyard.