St Michael's Church
Or to give it its full name, the Church of St Michael and All Angels, is a small church located within the village, on the side of a hill, from which there are good views to the north to the grounds of the magnificent Queen Anne house of Cottesbrooke Hall and its renowned gardens, and to the east to the imposing 7th Century Saxon church of All Saints at Brixworth. St Michael's most noteworthy feature is the broad, squat clock tower, which dates from the 12th and 13th centuries, which houses a peel of six bells. It may have served as a watchtower and a place of refuge for the villagers in times of civil strife.

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Creaton United Reformed Church
There has been a non-conformist chapel on the site of the present United Reformed Church since 1694, although the present building dates from 1793 and has been renovated and refurbished several times since then.
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