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St Mary Virgin

Weston-on-The-Green

St Mary Virgin

Charlbury

St Mary Virgin

Cropredy
Cropredy’s great treasure is the very rare pre-Reformation Brass Lectern in the form of an eagle. St Mary’s was largely rebuilt in the first half of the 14th century in typical Decorated style with tall and elegant arcades in both aisles.

St Mary Virgin

Longcot

St Mary Virgin

Iffley

St Mary Virgin

Ipsden
An interesting small C12 church close to the Chiltern hills, formerly a chapel of North Stoke, and under the patronage of the Abbey of Bec in Normandy, which may account for the elaborate details in the chancel.

St Mary-le-More

Wallingford
St. Mary-le-More occupies a central position in Wallingford. It is believed that there has been a Christian building on the site since at least Norman times. That first Christian building was rebuilt at the end of the 13th Century. The building has undergone at least two major changes since then and is now used for many community activities as well as for regular worship.

St Mary’s Church, Lower Heyford and Caulcott

Lower Heyford
Anglican church dating from around 1350

St Mary’s Convent

Wantage

St Mary's Convent

Wantage

St Matthew

Harwell
St Matthew’s Harwell exemplifies the architecture from Traditional Norman, through early English, to decorated. It appears to have been constructed as follows: 1190-1200 North and South Transepts, 1200-1220 Tower and Nave Arcades, 1270-1310 Chancel, 1275-1325 South and North Aisle Walls and reconstructed Porch, 1975 Ground Floor and Upper Room extension to North Wall.

St Matthew

Oxford

St Matthew

Langford
An impressive church in a remote village, with a central Saxon tower of about 1040 supported by massive piers, a Norman nave and a 13th century chancel. Two notable limestone sculptures, one of Christ with arms outstretched and one of the Crucifixion, are either late Saxon or early Norman.

St Michael

Aston Tirrold
A medium sized Mediaeval parish church.

St Michael

Cumnor

St Michael

Barford St Michael
Simple country church, almost all Norman, except for south aisle added in 13th century. Across the little river Swere is Barford St John, a small medieval church with a strange tower and porch by G E Street.

St Michael

Sonning Common
Situated near the village centre, in an area surrounded by mainly beech woodland and countryside, this is a modern brick built church.

St Michael

Begbroke

St Michael

Stanton Harcourt
12th Century Norman origins, with 13th phase of building when Chancel replaced, transepts added and the crossing arches rebuilt in Early English gothic. Major 15th Century alterations to Church including final stage of the tower in Perpendicular style. Fine tomb chest and statues of members of the Harcourt family. The chancel built in the mid 13th is striking both for its size in relation to the nave and the amount of light admitted through the Early English lancet windows. The remains of the medieval shrine of St Edburg is situated in the Chancel.

St Michael & All Angels

Blewbury
A substantial Mediaeval parish church. A spacious church with a late Norman vaulted chancel and tower crossing, with south and north aisles and west tower added in the 13th to 15th centuries. It is set in a pretty village at the foot of the Berkshire Downs.

St Michael & All Angels

Clifton Hampden

St Michael & All Angels

Newton Purcell

St Michael and A.Angels

Summertown

St Michael and All Angels

Alkerton
Much of the church is Norman,with massive arches supporting the tower. The clerestory dates from the 14th century and includes a splendidly carved corbel table.

St Michael and All Angels

Eaton Hastings

St Michael and All Angels

New Marston

St Michael and All Angels

Finmere

St Michael and All Angels

Great Tew
The church was originally Norman but was rebuilt in the 13th and 14th centuries. It lies on the edge of a picturesque village of thatched cottages and is approached by a tree-lined path. The monuments include an elegant stone sculpture of Mary Anne Boulton by Sir Francis Chantrey, dated 1834.

St Michael and All Angels

Leafield
A beautiful Victorian church by George Gilbert Scott.

St Michael and All Angels

Letcombe Bassett

St Michael and All Angels

Steventon
A charming parish church, the earliest part of which is a column dating from 13th Century. The Decorated style of the window suggests it was substantially rebuilt in the 14th Century, probably when Steventon Priory, which was in effect a business venture supporting the Abbey of Bec in Normandy, had control of the church, the Prior being both Lord of the Manor and Rector of Steventon.

St Michael and All Angels

Fringford

St Michael and All Angels

Abingdon

St Michael at the North Gate

Oxford

St Nicholas

Tackley

St Nicholas

Asthall

St Nicholas

Tadmarton

St Nicholas

Baulking

St Nicholas

Britwell Salome

St Nicholas

Chadlington
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.

St Nicholas

East Challow
The Nave and Chancel originate from the 13th century although reconstructed a number of times, most recently in 1858. Highlights are a partially restored 13th century window on the north side of the Sanctuary.

St Nicholas

Forest Hill

St Nicholas

Old Marston

St Nicholas

Piddington

St Nicholas

Rotherfield Greys
This small aisleless village church with timber bellcote was almost entirely rebuilt in the Victorian era, except for the Jacobean chapel with the magnificent Knollys family tomb.

St Nicholas

Heythrop
St Nicholas was totally rebuilt in the 1870’s, using local stone, by Albert Brassey, who owned Heythrop Park. It is typical of the Victorian gothic style and is in good condition. This church replaced a Norman church, the chancel of which still exists, to the south east in a hidden walled Churchyard, which is opened once a year for a summer ‘Songs of Praise’ service. The old church has a striking west doorway from around 1170.

St Nicholas

Idbury
The church was built in the twelfth century, and every generation since has made their contribution to its upkeep and development. It is built of durable yellowish oolite and roofed with old grey stone slates, with the exception of the flat roof of the nave, once leaded but now covered with Welsh slates. The windows retain their old leaded glazing and iron stanchion bars.

St Nicholas

Islip

St Nicholas

Kiddington

St Nicholas

Fyfield