Friday, 17 July 2020

Churches (68) : St Michael, Claverdon

The parish church of St Michael in the Warwickshire village of Warwickshire dates from the 14th century, though a church has been on the site since about 1150CE. A window on the West wall dates from the 14th century though the window was reset from an earlier wall, as were a number of other windows. The West tower was built in the 15th century and is made from ashlar masonary. Much of the rest of the church is more recent with rebuilding in 1830 and the aisles added in the 1870s, the tower was restored in 1930.

The church has a nave with North and South aisles. The chancel has a North organ chamber and a South chapel.