Exhall and Temple Grafton

The church of St Giles was almost rebuilt in the 19th century but has a Norman nave and 13th century chancel. It contains beautiful brass effigies of John and Eleanor Walsingham, who were related to Sir Francis Walsingham, Elizabeth I's Secretary of State. Past rector of Exhall, Dr William Thomas, revised and brought up to date Sir William Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickshire.

Temple Grafton has had a church since Saxon times but St Andrew's was built in 1875. An agricultural village, there are many attractive farm and domestic buildings.
Ardens Grafton, with its fine views, is split between the parishes of Exhall and Temple Grafton.