Tuesday, 7 January 2020

Churches (46) : St Michael, Budbrooke

The parish church of St Michael in Budbrooke, near Warwick, dates from the twelfth century. The church is fairly small and built in the Norman style with a West tower, nave and a chancel to the East. The latter was rebuilt and enlarged around 1400CE. The tower was also a thirteenth century addition, which was reconstructed in the seventeenth century according to an inscribed date (1668CE).

The North doorway is a surviving example of the church's Norman origin, like many medieval churches there was rebuilding and restoration in the nineteenth century.