• Green Lighting motion sensitive (PIR) light fitting to front of property

One of the UK's main military ammunition depots is located partially within Kineton parish, and is known as the Defence Storage and Distribution Agency (DSDA), Kineton.[5] It extends to several hundred acres and is linked to the main Network Rail system by a branch line. The depot also stores spare railway carriages and trains on behalf of the various UK Train Operating companies.

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Brookhampton Roman villa shows as cropmarks in the field to the left of the farmhouse (Figure on page 2 of Kineton: the Village and its History)

First World War heroes from Kineton are to be commemorated at a new housing development in the village, a century on from the conflict. The roads at Bloor Homes' Kineton Meadows development off Southam Road have been named in memory of four local men who returned to the village after fighting in the war. Read more

During World War II, Kineton served as a transit camp, with Polish and Czechoslovakian troops stationed there.

Near the centre of the village stands St Peter's Church. Work on the current building, which replaced an earlier church on the same site, began in the 13th century. A completed church was consecrated in 1315. Of this new building only the fine tower remains.

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Regular bus services to Stratford upon Avon, Banbury and Leamington Spa are operated by Stagecoach and other independent companies.

Kineton, Idlicote, Whatcote, Oxhill, Tysoe, Honington and Brailes formed the Domesday Hundred of Fexhole, but in the 12th century the Domesday Hundreds of Fexhole, Tremlow, Hunsbury and Barcheston were amalgamated into Kineton Hundred, encompassing most of the south eastern part of Warwickshire. Medieval (1066–1485)

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Kineton Library is a community managed library, run by Friends of Kineton Library.

The depot also stores spare railway carriages and trains on behalf of the various UK Train Operating companies.

Village shops include a Londis store, a traditional butcher, a newsagent, a flower shop, an optician and a bookshop. There is a post office/convenience store and a branch of HSBC Bank. The village has a veterinary practice, a café, a fish and chip shop, two public houses, "The Swan", newly refurbished, and The Carpenters Arms (which has a Chinese take-away inside) and a restaurant, Shukur's Brasserie (which offers Bangladeshi and Indian cuisine).

Map of the drainage and watersheds of England (based on Fig. 2.2 from B K Roberts and S Wrathmell, 2002).

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John Newton who lived from 1725 to 1807 and for a while lived in the village of Kineton where he wrote the words to "Amazing Grace" in 1772[4]

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The relatively efficient transport links of the Roman Empire can be seen in the evidence from Roman domestic sites, which are usually characterised by copious quantities of well-made pottery, some from industrial-scale potteries in Oxfordshire, north Warwickshire and Northamptonshire, together with high-class imported pottery from Gaul. No concentrations of such material has yet been discovered in Kineton village. Early medieval

Defence Munitions (DM) Kineton is a Ministry of Defence property located close to the village of Kineton, Warwickshire, England.

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This brief journey through Kineton and District heritage shows how events in and around Kineton, have sometimes reflected the wider scene and sometimes played an important part in shaping Britain’s past. Much more detail can be found in publications and records and members of the group are continuously adding to, and correcting, the picture we have of our heritage.

Kineton is close to the Fosse Way Roman Road and the M40 motorway which links it to Birmingham and London.

The site also houses the Defence Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Munitions and Search School, and there is an extensive military family base at Kineton, called Kineton HIVE.[2]

Partially within Kineton parish, from 1942 until 1977, RAF Gaydon operated as both a training unit and a front-line bomber base. In 1978, the site passed into civilian ownership and today contains the Heritage Motor Centre museum, the headquarters and factory of sports car manufacturer Aston Martin, and the Jaguar Land Rover Gaydon Centre.

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View from St Peter’s Church Tower, looking south down Bridge Street towards the River Dene. The Cotswolds uplands form the eastern border of the area, and the contrasting ancient forest of the Arden — Shakespeare’s Arden — is to the north-west across the Avon. In between is the Feldon, an undulating landscape of fertile clay vales and limestone ridges, with Kineton in the centre, straddling the River Dene.

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Ridge and furrow with the characteristic reverse ‘S’ shape near Arlescote.

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Kineton Meadows offers buyers the best of both worlds, with a beautiful village location as well as excellent connections to the M40, and nearby towns including Banbury, Gaydon, Royal Leamington Spa & Warwick.

For a period of the English Civil War, Kineton was looted by Prince Rupert with part of the Royalist army. This was after he had defeated Sir James Ramsay, from the Parliamentarians, and by doing this he failed to aid the rest of his army, thus leading to a neutral ending to the Battle of Edgehill on 23 October 1642. A year later, in July 1643, King Charles met with Queen Henrietta Maria at Kineton.[3]

The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Kington. On the outskirts of the village, at the foot of Pittern Hill, are the remains of the earthworks of a motte-and-bailey castle, known as King John's Castle, so called because it is believed that King John held a Court Leet there. Kineton gave its name to the area of south-east Warwickshire known as Kineton Hundred.[2]

Centralised around St Peter's Church of England, the village features a 19th Century Methodist Chapel and Roman Catholic Church. To the north-west of Kineton, on the outskirts lies Pittern Hill; a  stone windmill from the 18th Century.