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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 Peter and St John's Church
St Peter and St John’s Church in Clifton Road Rugby may be relatively modern, but it has an intriguing history. As part of a Church open day on Sat August ...
The Demolition of Christ Church, Leamington
In part one of this article, I reviewed the building of Christ Church until its closure in 1950. With the mantra of the time being if it’s old it has ...
The Building of Christ Church, Leamington
As I have mentioned in other postings on this site, in the years following the Second World War there seemed to be a frenzy of demolition from which no building ...
The Building of All Saints Church, Stretton on Dunsmore
The wherewithal for a new church building came from the bequest in 1816 of £4,000 from the will of the late vicar, Rev William Daniels. The land for the new ...
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. Leonard's Church, Birdingbury
There has been a church in Birdingbury for over a thousand years but very little is known about the building until the 18th century, when a Faculty was issued by ...
St. Nicholas and St. Barnabas Churches, Kenilworth
St Nicholas Church, situated in the beautiful grounds of the ruined St Mary’s Abbey, within the Abbey Fields, has been a place of peace and prayer for over 700 years. ...
The Changing Face of St Andrew’s Church, Rugby
St Andrew’s Church in Rugby was originally constructed in the 13th century (on the site of an older building) but was considerably altered during the 19th century. A photograph of ...
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, ...
Rev'd Cotterell, Vicar of Ansley and Polesworth
In January 1747 the Reverend Cotterell, vicar of Polesworth, died at Polesworth, aged 77. Some kindly person decided that ‘it would be injustice to the memory of so valuable a person’ ...
Holy Trinity Church, Rugby
Holy Trinity church was opened in 1854 as a Chapel-of-Ease to St. Andrew’s, building work having started in 1852. The total cost was £7,250. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, ...
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