St Helen’s


  • Church Lane
  • Dry Sandford
  • OX13 6JP


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  • Main Description

    The Church of England parish church of Saint Helen is a 13th-century-style Gothic Revival building designed by J.B. Clacy of Reading and built in 1855. St. Helen's has lancet windows, a nave, chancel, rib-vaulted apse and a bellcote on the gable above the chancel arch. St. Helen's was made a separate ecclesiastical parish in 1867, but was united in a single benefice with St. Peter's, Wootton in 2000

Church Grants

work to lychgate steps

2016/2017 | £500

stabilisation and roof repairs

2019/2020 | £20000