Southam Certificated Locations

Southam is a small market town in Warwickshire that has seen plenty of history over the years. It is even said that Charles I passed through Southam in the days leading up to the English Civil War.

Interesting buildings in the town include the 17th-century Manor House, which is Grade II-listed; the 14th-century Church of St James with its 15th-century spire; and the Old Mint, where the local currency was produced in medieval times.

The principle water supply for the town over hundreds of years was the Holy Well, which has now been granted Scheduled Ancient Monument status. It was first recorded in the history books in 998AD.