(Redirected from St Peterstide)
Petertide (also known as St Peter's Tide) refers to the Sunday nearest to St Peter's Day on June 29th and to the period around that day.
- Judith Jago (August 1997). Aspects of the Georgian Church: Visitation Studies of the Diocese of York, 1761-1776. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. p. 159. ISBN 0-8386-3692-6.
- Eileen Murphy (June 26, 1999). "Church welcomes rise in new clergy". The Independent.
- Wladyslaw Lach-Szyrma (1884). "Notes from Cornwall". The Antiquary. X: 263–4.
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