A beautiful village set in undulating Warwickshire countryside

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Claverdon is a village and civil parish in the Stratford district of Warwickshire, England.

Claverdon’s toponym comes from the Old English for “clover hill”. The hill is near the centre of the scattered parish which includes the township of Langley to the south, and formerly comprised the manors of Claverdon, Langley, Kington (to the south-west), and Songar (in the south-east).

There are hamlets near the church and at Yarningale, Kington, Lye Green, and Gannaway; and there is also a group of houses near the school. It includes modern development along with historic buildings: the forge; The Stone Building; St Michael’s Church; and 16th and 17th century half-timbered cottages.

Claverdon Village in Warwickshire