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The next meeting of the council  will take place on Monday 18th March 2024, 6:30 pm at Coughton C of E Primary School. 

The village of Coughton lies two miles south of Studley where the A435 slopes down towards the River Arrow. The nearest town, Alcester, is two miles further south. The central feature is Coughton Court, set back from the main road in extensive grounds with the river running behind.

It is a small parish which lies within the District of Stratford upon Avon.

The village is home to Coughton Court; a manor house that has been a dominant influence on the village's past development and which to this day makes a significant contribution to its appearance. There are marked contrasts in the character of the village and a diversity of styles and periods of architecture. Perhaps surprisingly, there is no distinctive over-riding estate style to the buildings. The main building style is Warwickshire vernacular in brick and plain tile. Although there have been additions to the village over time, these have not overwhelmed its historic character.

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