The first mention of a post office in the village is in October 1849, when a type of postmark known as an undated circle was issued. The parish church of St. Lawrence stands in a valley west of the village. It is built of stone in the late-13thcentury style but the west tower was rebuilt in 1771 and the remainder of the church in 1875–6.
- The Undated Circular Marks of the Midland Counties, p. 151. (1997). The Midland (GB) Postal History Society. ISBN 0-9513311-3-2.
- "Villagers spend £1 to save phone box". Warwickshire Telegraph, 28 October 2008, p. 3.
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