The church of St Peter and St Paul at Repps is an architectural mix of styles.
Part of the west wall and the base of the tower are all that remains of an earlier Saxon building. The present round tower, with its octagonal belfry is Norman.
The church has a decorated nave and a modern chancel. The south porch is from the perpendicular period. Of interest are the rood screen, the font and the memorials.
Details of services and key availability are in the porch.