St Peter the Great

St Peter The Great

St Peter the Great

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St Peter the Great is a suburb of the City of Worcester in Worcestershire, England. It is almost due south of the city centre, on the east side of the river Severn, and has a population of 5,620.

The parish is named after the church of St Peter the Great. The parish of the church was divided into parts - St Peter the Great City and St Peter the Great County. The former was merged eventually with other Worcester parishes to form a united civil parish . , whilst the latter was annexed to the city of Worcester under the Local Government Act 1972, in 1974, having previously formed part of Pershore Rural District.

St Peter the Great, or "St Peters" as it is commonly abbreviated to, is mainly a large housing estate with a large Tesco's superstore, a petrol station and a small shopping area containing a convenience store, a Chinese takeaway, a chip shop, a dentist, a beauty salon, chemist, dry cleaner, charity shop and a part time GP surgery close to the village hall. In 2007, despite objections from local residents, a Baptist church also opened close to the centre of the estate.

The parish is within a mile of Junction 7 of the M5 motorway and within three miles of the centre of Worcester.


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