The Parish church of St Giles is mainly 13th & 14th century but the chapel was established some time before 1153. In our church you can find two “green men”, dating from the 13th century, a Norman font, and stained glass by Kempe.
There are six bells in our medieval tower, and at present we ring for the 11.00 a.m. service three times a month, plus weddings and occasional other special events. Practice night is every Thursday at 7.30 p.m. New members of our team of ringers are always welcome, whether experienced ringers, absolute beginners, or anywhere in between. Further information from Sue Sheen on 02476 306339
In 2007, our hard-working team of volunteers was delighted to win the area best-kept churchyard competition. In order to keep our churchyard a beautiful place, more volunteers are urgently needed to join the team, which meets once a week, usually on Thursday evenings, to mow the grass and do other gardening maintenance work. If you can help, please get in touch with Jackie Lloyd on 02476 302836.
The Education Service is provided by the Local Education Authority which is Warwickshire County Council, Shire Hall, Warwick, General Inquiries on 01926 410410. Please telephone 01926 412143 with any inquiries relating to admissions. The County Council produces a number of booklets which are available to parents. There are directories of primary and secondary schools, plus an information guide for parents.