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Chadlington lies in rolling countryside in North West Oxfordshire on the edge of the Cotswolds. St. Nicholas is mainly 13th-century, with a 14th-century tower and Victorian chancel.
The exterior features notable gargoyles and, on the East wall, a stone carving of two green men. There is a ring of 6 bells which were re-hung in 2006.
In 2008 the Church was re-ordered which included the provision of an under-floor heating system, toilet and kitchen facilities, new lighting and a room in the Bell Tower and a purpose built screened area in the North Transept which is used by the local school during the week.
2019/2020 | £3000