All Saints Preston Bagot has one of the most stunning outlooks of any church in the rural Midlands. Built in the mid-12th century for its ‘parish of the priests’ (Preston) which extended as far as what is now Henley-in-Arden, it quickly deteriorated when it was left with just a hamlet after De Montfort's castle church at Beaudesert claimed most of its patch.
The church was saved in 1878 by the architect JA Chatwin who not so much restored a tumble-down chapel as created a small 'mediaeval' church. He heightened and lengthened it and added a Romanesque Chancel arch. The effect is delightful.
All Saints has some marvellous Burne-Jones windows.