Caldecott Churchyard

    Selected Wild Place / Other Wild Places / Public Rights of Way / VC55 boundary

    Getting There

    The church is located directly off the A6003, on the corner with Church Lane at the north end of the village.

    Roadside parking is limited, so please be mindful of residents and signage.

    The RF1 (Centrebus) stops twice in the village, but Welland Close is marginally closer to the churchyard.

    Wild places

    Total species seen at this site: 1


    Caldecott is the most southerly village in Rutland and is located about 4 miles south of Uppingham. The church dates from the 12th century although there is some Norman fabric remaining. The churchyard is a reasonably large and has a number of trees and areas of unmown grassland.



    Further Information

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    Common Name Latin Name Date Recorded Recorded By
    Sapyga quinquepunctata18/06/2015Steve Woodward

    Group Common name Latin name Last seen
    Bees, Wasps, AntsSapyga quinquepunctata18/06/2015