St Michael's church is a 19th century restoration of a medieval building. Near the lych gate is an ancient holy well and a gnarled yew tree stands in the churchyard. Carbon dating has revealed that the yew is about 2000 years old.
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A Norman church in a quiet south Warwickshire village. St Michael's features two excellent 16th century tombs, including the alabaster table tomb of John Mertun, accounted one of the finest incised alabaster tombs in the country. ... more