Located in beautiful Warwickshire – peaceful and historically rich surroundings.
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Brinklow is a village and parish in the Rugby district of Warwickshire, England. It is about halfway between Rugby and Coventry, and has a population of 1,041 (2001 census), increasing to 1,101 at the 2011 census.
Panoramic views of almost 360 degrees open countryside – just perfect for relaxing!
Sunday 11th September from 11am to 3pm in and around the church. Activities to include the following: Teddy bear abseiling, Bouncy castle, face painting, live music, hot
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A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 6, Knightlow Hundred. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1951.
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Located on the North Oxford Canal; A prime location with easy links to the Coventry Canal, Ashby Canal, entire Oxford Canal and the Grand Union.
Brinklow is governed by Brinklow Parish Council, which consists of six councillors. They launched a redeveloped website in 2011.
One of Brinklow’s residents has put forward some ideas for improving communications within the village: A weekly newsletter, specific to Brinklow, to provide instant news of village life. Contributions would be
Brinklow is a motte and bailey castle of grand size: the motte is 12 m high and its original bailey was 121m wide by 152m long, later it seems that Brinklow’s bailey was modified to enclose a smaller area by cutting a ditch and forming a rampart in the middle of the bailey: this seems to suggest that Brinklow slowly declined.
The Parish Council would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all those people who supported our first scarecrow festival, either by making one of the 100 scarecrows around the village or by attending the events held
Brinklow Castle, known locally as the Tump, is a medieval castle in the village of Brinklow in the county of Warwickshire between Coventry and Rugby.
The Marina can be found on the leafy Cathiron Lane between Brinklow and Harborough Magna and connects to the Oxford Canal by Bridge 39 along the route of the old Fennis Field Arm.
Brinklow seems to have first been used as a prehistoric barrow thus the old English of hlāw in the name Brinklow which was later modified by Earl Alberic, the first Norman lord of Brinklow, but he left his Earldom in Northumbria and thus lost his lands in England before the writing of the Domesday, however his land and title had not been reassigned by the time of the Domesday recording thus there is a good record of his land holdings.
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Brinklow is a picturesque village, and contains a 13th-century church, a primary school, and several shops and pubs. Brinklow was established as a market town during the Middle Ages, and was once considerably more important than it is today.
Idyllic setting, near 360 degree countryside views, miles & miles of lockfree routes…
Brinklow sits astride the former Roman Fosse Way and is most notable for the remains of a large Norman motte-and-bailey castle known locally as The Tump.
We have a lay led family service with messy church on the first Sunday of each month and usually have a Communion service and a lay led service of the Word plus a joint Communion service (venue moves round the benefice) on the other Sundays in the month
To love, serve and worship God To love and serve one another, our local neighbourhood and the wider world To live, speak and share with others the good news of Jesus Christ
The 100 club draw for September winning numbers are 126 who receive £25 and 24 who receive £10. Contact Margaret Saxon on 832225 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev Jonathan Fox - tel. 01788 877371 (emergencies only on Fridays) (Reader) - Mr George Lee - tel. 832028Church Wardens - Mr Geoff Lines - tel. 832373 and Mrs Jenny Wykes - tel. 832098Parish Office - Telephone 01788 832337 open between 14:00pm and 16:30pm on Wednesdays
We are launching a new project called the ‘Recovery and Wellbeing Academy’ across a number of venues in Warwickshire. This will consist of a range of informal workshops and courses delivered by professional trainers
Brinklow is a picturesque village, and contains a 13th-century church, a primary school and several shops and pubs.
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Close to junctions 1 & 2 of the M6, an ideal location to moor your boat.
One aspect that made this first year exceed all our expectations was the welcome we received at Brinklow.
Brinklow Marina is perfectly located in an idyllic setting in a convenient location. Hundreds of canal boats moor here every year, especially during peak times, due to the many offerings we have!
The convenience of a 14 mile lock free ground or 39 miles if you disregard Hawksbury Stop Lock, it is an ideal stretch for weekend cruising.
Next Meeting – Tuesday 13th September 19:30. The meeting will be held as usual in the Chapel School RoomLocation - Broad Street, next door to the Chinese Restaurant..
Next meeting – Thursday 8th September 19:15. Brinklow Parish Council meets once a month at the Community HallLocation - Broad Street, opposite the White Lion Public House..
Due to the close proximity to junctions 1 and 2 of the M6 it is an ideal location to moor your canal boat and take advantage of the peaceful and historically rich surroundings.
Meeting – Neighbourhood Development Plan Group 27th September At community Hall 7pm – 9pm. All are welcome to attend.The accounts for year ending 31 March 2016 have now been audited and can be viewed on the main noticeboard by the Community Hall.