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Things to do in Lower Shuckburgh, Warwickshire

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Lower Shuckburgh is a small historical village set in East Warwickshire near the Northamptonshire border. It has centred around farming for centuries and according to the last census has a population of 82.

Lower Shuckburgh has a peaceful rural setting, with Shuckburgh Hill situated just behind the village. The hill is popular with tourists due to the magnificent views you get from the footpaths that circulate it. On a clear day you can see as far as the Malvern Hills, as well as right across Warwickshire.

The village itself is rather small, and is mostly made up of farms, however the most noticeable building in the village is St. John the Baptist church, which was built in a Gothic style and dates back to the 1860's.

The village is well situated with nearby towns of Daventry, Rugby and Southam. Accommodation can be found in all three of these towns, as well as services if required. The village is not far from Hellidon Lakes, a popular tourist attraction.

Although Lower Shuckburgh is small, it is unique, with few places left in the country like it.

Description by Rob Burgess

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