We do our best but there are always more churches in need of financial support than we have funds to give. We welcome any support that you may be able to offer. As the trust is primarily run by volunteers you can be confident that any donation you make will directly benefit religious buildings in the county.
Early English tower doorwaySt Helen, Abingdon
Huge windows which are particular to this phase of English Gothic architectureSt Mary the Virgin, Adderbury
Wall monument in Horde chapelSt Mary, Bampton
Trancept mosaics by Henry HalidaySt Mary the Virgin, Buckland
Tanfield monumentSt John The Baptist, Burford
Detail of west windowSt Peter, Cassington
Transitional arcade capitalSt Mary, Chalgrove
Wall painting of Christ in MajestySt Peter and St Paul, Checkendon
Painted chancelSt Swithun, Compton Beauchamp
Painted pewsSt John the Baptist, Curbridge
Great east windowAbbey Church of St Peter and St Paul, Dorchester
Effigy of Alice of SuffolkSt Mary The Virgin, Ewelme
Ironwork of the c.1200 south doorAll Saints, Faringdon
Murals by Clayton & BellSt Mary the Virgin, Freeland
Late medieval brass of Sir John Wylcotes and Alice de CheyneSt Michael and All Angels, Great Tew
Dale's Rood, rood-loft and celureSt Etheldreda, Horley
Reticulated windowSt Mary the Virgin, Kidlington
Fan-vaulted Wilcote chapelSt Mary, North Leigh
Detail of nave wall paintingsSt Mary The Virgin, North Stoke
Choir and sanctuary looking eastSt Mary The Virgin, Oxford
Nave looking eastAll Saints, Shorthampton
Virgin and ChildSt Peter ad Vincula, South Newington
Fourteenth-century effigy in chancel tomb recessHoly Cross, Sparsholt
Brass memorial to Sir William Vernon HarcourtSt Michael, Stanton Harcourt
Scalloped nave capitalSt Mary, Swinbrook
Early English FontSt Mary, Westwell
Cartouche to Sir Thomas TippingSt Andrew, Wheatfield
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Churches are an important part of our heritage. Help us to preserve them for future generations. We welcome any support that you may be able to offer.
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Take part in our annual fundraising event; the Ride and Stride, and really make a difference.
Remember the OHCT in your will to help secure the future of Oxfordshire’s historic churches for the next generations.
In our Jubilee year we are launching a fundraising campaign to build an endowment that will ensure our future and increase the size of our grants
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