Boudica, Romans and Wars of the Roses in north Warwickshire
Perhaps not known by many, the north part of Warwickshire was the location of two of Englands greatest battles. This page introduces you to Boudica's last battle and the Battle of Bosworth Field and the death of Richard III.
Tamworth CastleThe Holloway, , Tamworth, Staffs. , B79 7NA
Wander through the stunning intact rooms with displays that tell the story of this unique Castle. Join one of the many events and get hands-on experiences of how life used to be from Saxon beginnings right through to Victorian times.
Astley CastleNr. Nuneaton, north Warwickshire, CV10 7QD
Astley Castle near to Nuneaton and Bedworth was named as the Stirling Prize winner for 2013, a prestigious architectural competition, run by the Royal Institute of British Architects which showcases what is considered the best building in the UK by RIBA chartered architects.
Atherstone Country Trail
Atherstone is a small market town in northern Warwickshire and situated on the Roman Watling Street (better known today as the A5). Wooded hills to the west of the town rise gently towards the ancient Forest of Arden and offer spectactular views of Leicestershire and beyond.
NPF Bassetts PoleLondon Road, Nr Sutton Coldfield , B75 5SA
NPF Bassetts Pole - the best place for exciting outdoor adventure and activities in Northern Warwickshire. Established in 1987 NPF have been delivering quality, fun and value for money days out to all ages for over 30 years.
Garlands CorporateSheepy Magna , Atherstone, Warwickshire, CV9 3PF
Team Building, Events, and then Some!
North Arden Heritage TrailSouth Street, Atherstone, CV9 1DE
The North Arden Heritage Trail project worked with local communities to establish a 25 mile circular heritage trail in North Warwickshire.
Coventry Canal through North Warwickshire
The Coventry Canal meanders through the length of North Warwickshire passing through some of the most picturesque parts of the area. Starting at the Coventry Canal Basin it runs northwards to end at Fradley Junction where it joins the Trent and Mersey Canal.
Centenary Way Walk - Kingsbury Water Park to Hawkesbury Junction
This is the first part of the Centenary Way Walk and starts at Kingsbury Water Park and guides you in easy stages to Hawkesbury Junction were the Coventry Canal meets the Oxford Canal.
Centenary Way (Warwickshire)CV34 4SX
The Way passes the Tame Valley, Atherstone Ridge, the George Eliot country around Nuneaton, before passing to the east of Coventry to Kenilworth, Warwick and Leamington Spa. From here it heads to the Burton Dassett Hills, Edge Hill, Shipston-on-Stour and Ilmington Downs. Length is 158 km / 98 miles.