Newton Regis also known as Kings Newton


The village claims to be the most northerly in the county, lying approximately 1.5 miles north-east of Austrey


St Mary

St Mary’s Church, Newton Regis


The church dates from around the time of Henry II (1154-1189); the tower was added in the 13th century and the spire later still. The village was originally given it Royal title by Henry II but later became known as Newton-In-the-Thistles. It may have regained its Royal suffix after Charles I came and prayed at the church before the battle at nearby Seckington.

Newton Regis cottage


Victoria County History from British History Online

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