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Geography and administration
Sherbourne is 3 miles south of the county town Warwick and also borders Barford, Fulbrook, Snitterfield, Norton Lindsey and Budbrooke. The village is administered jointly with Barford and Wasperton, and as part of Warwick District.
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All Saints Church
Sherbourne's Victorian Gothic church (All Saints) is a Grade II* Listed building, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, an eminent Victorian architect. The first stone was laid in August 1862, and the church was consecrated on 29 September 1864. Church contains a memorial plaque to Maudsley of the Dambusters Raid. The church was commissioned by Louisa Ryland. The family that commissioned the construction of the church, the Smith-Rylands, currently led by Robin Smith-Ryland, are still resident in the area, with the family seat residing at http://www.sherbournepark.com/
- "Civil Parish population 2011". Retrieved 31 December 2015.
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