St Mary the Virgin, Main Road
St Mary the Virgin, Main Road, Newton Regis, Warwickshire B79 0NA View on map
Early 13th and 14th century church built of grey sandstone and random ashlar. 13th century tower with later octagonal spire. Some medieval glazing remains. Monuments include 14th century coffin lid in chancel with effigy and wall monument to Reverend John Guest.
25th March 10am-4pm; 26th March 12pm-6pm; 8th April 10am-4pm; 9th April 9am-4pm; 22nd April 10am-4pm; 23rd April 12pm-6pm; 13th May 10am-4pm; 14th May 9am-4pm; 27th May 10am-4pm; 28th May 12pm-6pm; 10th June 10am-4pm; 11th June 9am-4pm; 24th June 10am-4pm; 25th June 12pm-6pm; 8th July 9am-1pm; 9th July 9am-4pm; 22nd July 10am-4pm; 23rd July 12pm-6pm; 12th August 10am-4pm; 13th August 9am-4pm; 26th August 10am-4pm; 27th August 12pm-6pm. Heritage Open Days 2017: Thursday 7th - Saturday 9th September, 10am-4pm and Sunday 10th September, 9am-4pm; 23rd September 10am-4pm; 24th September 12pm-6pm; 7th October 10am-4pm; 8th October 9am-4pm; 21st October 10am-4pm; 22nd October 12pm-6pm; 12th November 9am-4pm; 26th November 10am-4pm; 10th December 9am-4pm; 24th December 10am-4pm. At other times by arrangement with Revd. Stephen Banks (vicar) or Mrs Alison Meredith (PCC Secretary). Ideally 7 days' notice required, minimum of 48 hours.
- 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