|Two tiny hamlets make up Wraxall, Higher
Wraxall is a few cottages and a farm along with a fine stone manor house
that was built c1630 and the made larger during the 19th.
Lower Wraxall has the tiny church dedicated to St May and is just a have and chancel, the arch of the chancel and doorway are all that can be seen from the original 12th century building while the rest has had a lot of restoration, which includes a 19th century east windows and bell cote. The chancel has some good monuments, most notably those to the Lawrence's who were Lords of the Manor dating from the late 17th century.
William Lawrence being a noted lawyer at the time of the English Civil War and he later wrote a treatise on marriage called "A Vindication of Marriage by the Moral Law of God"
The churchyard is among farm buildings and the local houses are constructed using flint, brick and stone.