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Holy Trinity, Church Street

Holy Trinity, Church Street, Churchover, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 0EW View on map

Grade II* listed simple village church mainly 15th century with 13th century origins. Occupies fine views over the Swift valley. Mostly rebuilt in 1896 by Basset Smith. Notable window by Rosencrantz and marble monument to Charles Dixwell of Coton and Abigail his wife, erected 1641.


Opening Arrangements

Daily, 9am-5pm.


Take A49 from Hereford South towards Ross-on-Wye. Just past 'Axe & Cleaver' pub, turn left at crossroads and at T-junction in village; turn left; church is about 100m on the left. Rail: Hereford. Bus: Service 33, change at Kings Thorne to 44.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes