St Michael and All Angels, Great Wolford
This building has its origins in 13th century but the present church was rebuilt in 1835 after rafters from the the original church fell down during a church service!
Inside, see one of the only windows of its kind in England - both stained and painted, this window was designed by Heinersdorf and is thought to have been commissioned through German diplomatic connections.
Outside the views across Warwickshire are stunning and the churchyard is noted for its abundant wildlife.
Discover the South Warwickshire 7
Information leaflet and map for walks between this group of churches