St Peter & St Paul, Upton on Severn

Bowing, with pieces broken and the lead deteriating, Ark came in to repair the quarry leaded lights on the north and south of the building. The lead was stripped, the glass was cleaned and replacements cut to match before the windows were put back together with new lead.

One of the most notable buildings in the town, the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul sits at the top of the Market Square. It has a 52 metre (170 ft) high steeple, one of the finest in Warwickshire, dating from the 13th century. Inside there is a 12th century font of Norman origin, which is one of the finest examples in the country. There are also medieval table tombs with effigies of Knights, including John de Clinton. Just outside the south door are the preserved remains of a medieval cross.