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St Peter’s Church in Wolfhampcote, Warwickshire
This stunning 14th century church is the sole survivor of the lost village of Wolfhampcote, which lies buried to the north. Its tough exterior conceals an orderly and serene interior; limewashed walls scatter light from huge windows on the church’s treasures including a beautifully carved fourteenth-century screen and stunning beamed roof.
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Rambling and Roaming in Wolfhampcote
Braunston Marina – Ideally located for the canal enthusiast. It lies at the crossroads of the Grand Union and Oxford canals, and indeed of the whole waterways. Braunston Marina is steeped in history. It was originally developed at the turn of the 19th century as the waterways depot at the northern end of what was then called the Grand Junction Canal where it joined up with the Oxford Canal. Our event highlight is our annual Historic Boat Rally, held over the last week-end in June, with upwards of 80 old working boats joining the grand parade, many of which are on the national Historic Boat Register. Other attractions include side shows, live music, Morris dancing, trade exhibitors and craft displays, beer tent and, sometimes, even tunnel legging. A great week-end or day out for the whole family. The Wharf, Brindley Quays, Braunston NN11 7JH. www.braunstonmarina.co.uk
Daventry Country Park – Reservoir surrounded by woodland and meadow trails with myriad wildlife, plus adventure playground. Reservoir Cottage, Northern Way, Daventry NN11 2JB www.daventrydc.gov.uk
Althorp Estate – Access during July and August to the Spencer family estate, with Princess Diana’s island grave and a museum. Northampton NN7 4HQ. www.spencerofalthorp.com