Long Compton is a village situated at the southernmost extremity of Warwickshire. The present settlement traces back to Saxon times with the first dwellings believed to be situated on ground adjacent to what is now the Parish Church. Local evidence of Bronze Age and Roman settlement is coming to light.
The Village lies within a conservation area and the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In the medieval times, the village of Long Compton had a market and a fair and St Augustine is said to have preached here in the 15th century. Many visitors come to visit the nearby Rollright Stones, 3 groups of stones with an intriguing history.
To find out more about Long Compton please visit the Long Compton Parish Council website