Brinklow Village

Brinklow is a picturesque village, and contains a 13th-century church, a primary school and several shops and pubs.

Brinklow Village

Brinklow sits astride the former Roman Fosse Way and is most notable for the remains of a large Norman motte-and-bailey castle known locally as The Tump.

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Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held in the community hall On Thursday 16 May 2019 starting at 7.15 pm. Come along to hear what’s been going on in the village during the last year and plans for the future. Guest Speakers, followed by the Community Hall’s Annual...

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April 100 Club Winners

Brinklow Parish 100 April 2019 Draw results: no.1 won £25 and no.8 won £10. Contact Margaret Saxon on 832225 or email her on

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March 100 Club Winners

Brinklow Parish 100 March 2019 Draw results: no.139 won £25 and no.46 won £10. Contact Margaret Saxon on 832225 or email her on

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Back & 4th Dial-a-Ride

Back & 4th Dial-a-Ride is a minibus service for people of any age living in the rural areas of Rugby Borough. Bookings can be made on: 01788 226000 Between the hours of 10am-3pm Monday to Friday.

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Mobile Library

The mobile library visits Brinklow, Potters close - Heath Lane every 3 weeks between 3.20pm -3.50pm on Mondays in 2018.

Parish Council Meeting

Next meeting – Thursday 9th May 19:15. Brinklow Parish Council meets once a month at the Community HallLocation – Broad Street, opposite the White Lion Public House..

Womens Institute Meeting

Next Meeting – Tuesday 12th February 19:30. The meeting will be held as usual in the Chapel School RoomLocation – Broad Street, next door to the Chinese Restaurant..

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