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Holy Rood, Mill Street

Holy Rood, Mill Street, Packington, Leicestershire LE65 1WL View on map

Originally Anglo-Saxon, the earliest identifiable stonework is 13th century. Of external interest are the tower steps leading to a window. Internal features include a piscina in the south aisle, Tudor alabaster slabs, medieval bench ends acting as pew ends and the medieval parish chest in the north aisle.


Opening Arrangements

All year: daily 8am - 5pm. At other times by prior arrangement. Key available from: Mrs M Mugglestone, 7 Measham Road, Packington (tel: 01530 414 964).


On B5396 1½ miles south of Ashby-de-la-Zouch between the A511 and A42. Adjacent to school. Rail: Burton on Trent (10 miles). Bus: Midland Classic routes 19 and 19A Ashby-de-la-Zouch to Burton on Trent.

Parking Spaces


Closer parking for disabled visitors can be arranged.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes