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There are 43 listed buildings in the village, including St Giles's Church and Bredon Barn (both Grade I), and the Old Rectory (Grade II*); the remainder are Grade II.
A further 41 buildings were formerly listed prior to the abolition of the Grade III category in 1970.
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From the Norman Conquest (1066) to the end of the Late Medieval Period (1500), the parish was governed under the feudal system.
The manor was held by the Bishop of Worcester, who maintained a summer residence, park and fisheries on the site of the first monastery, and the medieval village developed around these church buildings.
As is the case in most Cotswold villages, a variety of architectural styles and materials are in evidence, but almost all historic buildings are at least partly built from Cotswold limestone, quarried on Bredon Hill.
Timber frame construction was used as a secondary material up until the mid-17th century (often not painted black and white until the 20th century).
A substantial part of the nave, the north porch and the western tower arch date from the 12th century, with significant additions in the 13th and 14th centuries – the most visible being a tall, octagonal spire, dating from 1300–1350, made famous by the poet, John Masefield.