The parish of Ettington has a living link to the Domesday Book that is unmatched in England. It once stood on the frontier of the Roman Empire. It has a celebrated haunted house, and its church was considered the ugliest in Warwickshire. A lord of the manor died in the Tower of London, and the heroic death of another is recalled by Shakespeare. And the parish saw the birth of a composer whose music is still used at royal funerals.
Click here to read the colourful story of Ettington from Roman times
Click here to see pictures from an exhibition on 20th Century Ettington