A two day festival is taking place at St Botolph’s Church in Newbold on Saturday and Sunday.
It is to celebrate the first major stage of restoration and runs from noon - 4pm on Saturday and noon - 6pm the following day.
As a ‘thank you’ to all who donated, there will be a quarter peal of ten bells at 3pm on Saturday, followed by a short service of thanksgiving.
Rugby Mayor Tony Gillias will be one of the bell ringers.
There will also be an exhibition of old photographs and floral arrangements to mark the harvest festival weekend.
Celebrations conclude with Harvest Festival Evensong on Sunday.