Winwick, Northamptonshire

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Church of St Michael and All Angels
Grid reference: SP6273
Location: 52°21’22"N, 1°5’2"W
Post town: Northampton
Postcode: NN6
Dialling code: 01788
Local Government
Council: West Northamptonshire

Winwick is a small village, a lost settlement and parish in Northamptonshire near the borders with Warwickshire and Leicestershire. The parish should not be confused with the Winwick which lies partly in Northamptonshire and partly in Huntingdonshire. The modern settlement is north of West Haddon. A 16th-century brick manor house remains on the site.[1]

The Historic England website contains details of a total of 16 listed buildings in the parish of Winwick, all of which are Grade II with the exception of the following, which are Grade II*:

  • St Michael & All Angels' Church
  • Winwick Manor (south wing)
  • A gate arch to the south of the south front of the Manor House[2]


  1. Hugh McKnight (1987). The Shell Book of Inland Waterways. David & Charles. p. 300. ISBN 0-7153-8239-X. 
  2. "Historic England – The List". Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
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