Set in the delightful thatched village of Wroxton with its former abbey.  Church dating from Decorated period 14th century.  Tower redesigned and rebuilt 18th century.  Impressive east window.  Lavishly carved chancel depicting Abraham and Isaac.  Fine 14th century font.  Fine continental wood carvings presented by Colonel North of Wroxton Abbey.  Carved tomb of Sir William Pope.  Lord North, Prime Minister of England, buried here with numerous members of his family.  Peal of bells restored 1997.

Access:  Flight of steps from street.  Onstreet parking.

The Wroxton Community

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