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Village, free entry


Rugby Visitor Centre


Rugby, Warwickshire,
CV23 9RW


Marton - Ancient bridge.
Marton derives its name from 'moortown', a reference to the marshy land south of the village.

To the west of the main road is the parish church of St Esprit. The church was re-built in 1871 after a fire, but the tower and south arcade date from the 13th and 14th centuries.

The bridge over the Leam retains masonry on its south-west side from the time of Henry V when a 'fair bridge of lime and stone' was built by John Middleton, a local man who became a wealthy London mercer. The bridge is now scheduled as an ancient monument. There are some 17th century buildings surviving in the village.

PostboxTelephone (public)

Open all the time


Free entry



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Map reference: SP 501750  Lat: 52.37093 Long: -1.26496

Situated 9 miles south-west of Rugby, on the A423.
Public transport from Rugby: 64 (daily), 580(Mon-Sat)

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 8 miles from Leamington Spa station


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