Approaching St Peter’s chapel, the building itself is out of sight until the very last moment. A cycle to the site provided time to reflect on the surrounding area: the Anglo-Saxon place names, the close proximity of the sea (albeit also hidden from view for much of the time), and the richness of the farming landscape. How might exploring and understanding the landscape, and how humans have worked within it over the centuries, enable us to think about the early Christian community in new ways?

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