About Brinklow Village

Why you should visit Brinklow

Brinklow is a small village in the Warwickshire Green Belt, easily reached from most directions, and with many layers of history in a compact, easily explored area.  See the bottom of this page to download a map, showing places of interest on an aerial photo. 

Its story is, in essence, the history of Middle England.

The village name derives from the ancient hill used for the Norman castle. It has a pleasant, rural character in a Conservation Area on the Roman Fosse Way. 

Various picturesque and listed buildings, including a Norman church and castle with distant views over well preserved earthworks, exist comfortably alongside more modern housing and green space   

Brinklow is a lively community offering a warm welcome to visitors

We hope you enjoy the Scarecrow Festival and return many times to visit our village.

Our Local History Exhibition will be open every day in the Community Hall, from 10am to 4pm.  Our downloadable poster below offers a flavour. (Admission £1, children 16 & under free).

Village History Exhibition

Click to download exhibition poster

Map of Brinklow

Click on the file to download.