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St Botolph, Sibson

St Botolph, Sibson, Leicestershire CV13 6LE View on map

Dating from the 13th century. The chancel, the oldest part of the building, dates from about 1300 and contains a piscina and three sedilia, two Victorian stained glass windows, a sepulchral effigy dating from c1300. The sanctuary has a brass memorial to the Rector of Sibson, John Moore, who died in 1532. The chancel has an outline window which may have been a lepers' window or confessional.


Opening Arrangements

Daily 10am - dusk (during summer months). At other times by prior arrangement with churchwarden (01827 880967).


6 miles north of Nuneaton on A444. In centre of village. Rail: Nuneaton (5 miles).

Parking Spaces


On-street parking.

Disabled Access

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