St. Leonard's Church
The Church of England parish church is
dedicated to Saint
Leonard and is part of The Bridges Group of 6 local churches.
The earliest known church on this site was built in the 13th century. The tower dates from the 17th and 18th centuries, but the building was largely rebuilt in 1863 as it stands today. More historical information can be found here
The church has recently undergone a significant renovation and improvement programme - including the addition of a kitchen and toilet, removing Victorian block work and modern organ pipe facade to reinstate and glaze an older arch to the tower, and removal of pews at the rear (west end) of the church.
Curate: Reverend Gillian Roberts, 01926 815831
Churchwarden: Mr Malcolm Monkhouse, 01327 260169
Church Choir: Don Kirk
Bell Ringers: Don Kirk (Tower Captain) - Practice Monday from 7.30 pm.
St. Leonard's has a Facebook page which can be found here.
Monthly Rota of Services
The Gathering of the Bridges Group of Churches
Weekly services are held at 10 30 every Sunday (except 5th Sunday when there is a Bridges Group 'Gathering ' service)
See Parish News for Details
St. Leonard's Church is a member of the Bridges Group of churches in East Warwickshire,
along with Napton, Priors Hardwick, Stockton and Wormleighton
Please visit their website for further information.
Click here for historical information of St Leonards.
If you are coming to a service at the Church, The postcode required for Sat Nav users is CV47 7RR. You may park alongside the Blue Brick path on the left hand side. There are two footpaths from here leading directly to the Church.