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Churchyards and Tombstones: Reading Monumental Inscriptions
Tombstones are not a permanent record; they become worn with the weather and pollution, vandalised and removed for the landscaping of the churchyards and for ease of maintenance. Time, therefore, ...
Kings Newnham Tower
This tower still stands looking rather forlorn (though it appears to be in a better state than it was in 1900). It was originally attached to the handsome church of ...
St Giles Packwood, Churchyard: A Historic Site as a Wildlife Haven
This particular churchyard is a very rich site for wildflowers with other 100 species being identified – some of which are quite rare for this part of Warwickshire. It was ...
Warwickshire's Biggest Family in Monks Kirby?
Given the TV programme featuring Britain’s biggest family, you might be interested to hear about a very large Warwickshire family reported by the Rugby Advertiser in 1912 as follows. It ...
St John Baptist Church, Berkswell
St John the Baptist, Berkswell, is a Norman parish church containing one of the finest crypts in the country. The church is a Grade 1 Listed Building and is featured ...
St Gregory's Offchurch. A Historic Church and 'Living Churchyard'
On a lovely sunny day Saturday following a week of horrible grey and drizzly weather, we decided to visit the picturesque village of Offchurch, a few miles from Leamington Spa, ...
Bascote Heath Church still stands on the corner of Featherbed Lane, but has fallen into disuse since the lovely photo of the roof being thatched was taken. Today (2019) it ...
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