A short tourism video about Coleshill in Warwickshire. Lying on two rivers and surrounded by countryside, Coleshill still retains its original character in a steep main street featuring splendid Georgian architecture. Once an important staging post on the ancient Roman trading route of London to Chester, the town has many historic coaching inns dotted throughout. The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul is decorated in the style of the 14th and 15th centuries. And On Church Hill you can still see the town stocks, which are unique to Warwickshire as they combine a pillory and whipping post. They now stand outside the recently refurbished Old Market Hall which houses an exhibition of Coleshill past and present. See www.warwickshire.gov.uk/towns for more details.