English: Kinwarton is a village in the valley of the River Alne, Warwickshire, finding itself today being steadily encroached upon by the spread of nearby Alcester.The ground is mostly low-lying, with a maximum altitude of 206 ft. and some of the fields near the river are liable to floods.The road from Alcester to Henley-in-Arden runs through the middle of the parish. A branch road leads off to the church and rectory about a quarter of a mile to the south and thence continues as a field-path down to a ford across the Arrow below Hoo Mill. From the north side of the main road a by-road branches off to Coughton.
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- Ancient pond - geograph.org.uk - 1756031.jpg 6,048 × 4,032; 1.91 MB
- Former rectory to St Mary's Church, Kinwarton, Warwickshire.jpg 6,048 × 4,032; 2.6 MB
- Glebe Farm, Kinwarton - geograph.org.uk - 1755975.jpg 6,048 × 4,032; 1.59 MB
- Weir at Hoo Mill - geograph.org.uk - 124986.jpg 640 × 480; 128 KB