St Botolph, Main Street
St Botolph, Main Street, Newbold-on-Avon, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 1HH View on map
15th Century church on the site of a 14th Century one. North doors date to c. 1455. There are 10 bells. The clock is dated 1795.
Every Thursday, at least 10am-4pm during British Summer Time, in addition to regular services. Arrangements to access the church at other times may be made with one of the key holders. The vicar is the main key holder (01788 543055). It would always be better to contact him when making visiting arrangements, as only he would know when services are being held in the church. The Vicarage is next to the church. Otherwise, a key may be obtained from 84 Main Street, nearby.
- Open on Heritage Open Day
On the B4112, 3 miles north of Rugby. It is 100m further northwest of 'Barley Mow' pubs and 'Barley Mow' Function Room. Rail: Rugby (3 miles). Bus: Midland Red 585
100m from road to church. Further parking at nearby pub.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes