Evie Godfrey

Warmington and its rich farming lands belonged to the Abbey of Peterborough in Saxon Times and in the Middle Ages was a prosperous agricultural community.

The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin stands on the south side of the village. It consists of a Chancel, Nave with North and South Aisles, West Tower with spire, and North and South Porches. The walls are partly of ashlar and partly of rubble. The roof of the chancel is steep-pitched and stone-slated and the nave roof is low-pitched.

Warmington has an old water mill which functioned until the mid twentieth century, which was previously restored and used as a retail outlet for the ceramic tile company, Fired Earth.