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St Leonard

Woodcote

St Leonard

Banbury

St Leonard

Waterstock

St Leonard

Eynsham

St Leonard

Sunningwell

St Leonard & St Catherine

Drayton St Leonard

St Luke

Garford

St Luke

Oxford

St Margaret

Hinton Waldrist
The Church of England parish church of St Margaret is 13th century, but has been extensively remodelled since. It is a Grade II* listed building.

St Margaret

Little Faringdon

St Margaret

Mapledurham
This beautiful church located in the heart of the Mapledurham country estate beside the River Thames is part of the pretty red-brick village with Jacobean almshouses and an ancient water mill. The interior includes good monuments and stained glass.

St Margaret

Binsey

St Margaret

Oxford

St Margaret

Harpsden
This beautiful village church located near Henley on Thames was originally Norman and built of flint and brick. Despite being enlarged in the C19, the interior has medieval details, Norman font and stone effigy and brasses.

St Margaret

Lewknor

St Martin

Bladon
St Martin’s Church in Bladon near Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, is the Church of England parish church of Bladon-with-Woodstock. It is also the mother church of St Mary Magdalene at Woodstock, which was originally a chapel of ease. It is best known for the graves of the Spencer-Churchill family, including Sir Winston Churchill, in its churchyard.

St Martin

Sandford St Martin

St Martin

Shutford

St Mary

Lyford

St Mary

Ardley
Small village church with Early English chancel, C13-14 tower and late C18 nave.

St Mary

Shifford

St Mary

Swinbrook

St Mary

Sydenham

St Mary

Upper Heyford
Uffington, St Mary

St Mary

Uffington
An imposing, little-altered cruciform church of the 13th century, just below the famous White Horse carved out of the chalk hillside. It has a central octagonal tower, which lost its spire in a storm in 1740.

St Mary

Bampton
The evolution of Bampton church is one of the most complex in Oxfordshire. Bampton once lay at the heart of an Anglo Saxon royal estate and the church was a Saxon minster, whose size testified to its significance as an early religious foundation.

St Mary

Banbury
The present church (Grade I* listed) is a late Georgian building erected in the last decade of the 18th century and consecrated in September 1797. Designed by SP Cockerill, it was modelled on Wren’s church at Walbrook.

St Mary

Wootton

St Mary

Black Bourton
The highlight of the church is its 13th century wall paintings. Covered at the reformation, they were first uncovered when the church was restored in 1866. However, against the vicar’s wishes, they were again whitewashed and were not finally uncovered until 1932.

St Mary

Westwell
The most westerly well in Oxfordshire, Westwell boasts a beautiful church standing in a lush green churchyard. The nave is 12th Century with later additions.

St Mary

Bloxham
Large ironstone church mainly 14th and 15th century, but also a good Norman doorway. Very fine stone carvings both inside and out. Large east window by William Morris and Burne-Jones. Some remains of Medieval Paintings.

St Mary

Whitchurch
A church with Norman origins, located close to the River Thames, rebuilt in 1858 by Henry Woodyer in C14 style using some medieval work.

St Mary

Buscot

St Mary

Chalgrove
The exterior of Charlgrove St Mary is adequate but unexciting, though amazing wall paintings are hidden inside this modest exterior.

St Mary

Chesterton

St Mary

Cogges
Unusual tower with clear French associations. The bowl of the font dates from the 12th Century.

St Mary

Longworth

St Mary

Hardwick
St Mary, Cokethorpe Consists of chancel, nave, NW tower, and Victorian N aisle

It is now a School Chapel.

St Mary

East Hendred

St Mary

Newnham Murren

St Mary

Farmoor
Farmoor is part of the parish of Cumnor, and until the 20th century parishioners worshipped 2 miles (3 km) away at the Church of England parish church of Saint Michael, Cumnor. There is now the church of Saint Mary, Farmoor that was built as a chapel of ease.

St Mary

North Leigh
Fine fan vaulting in the Perpendicular Gothic style chapel. There is a 15th Century doom painting in the nave.

St Mary

Garsington

St Mary

Great Milton

St Mary

Hampton Poyle

St Mary

Headington

St Mary

Pyrton

St Mary

Henley-on-Thames
The church with its attractive C16 tower, in stone and knapped flint, dominates the skyline of the town and is located beside the River Thames. The church has C13 origins and was enlarged and remodelled in the C15, C18 and C19.

St Mary

Cholsey
St Mary’s Cholsey is a village church with an active congregation. Founded as an abbey church by King Ethelred the Unready in approximately 986. Much of the church as seen today is Norman and it unusually retains its original cruciform shape. It was reordered internally in the 1980s. Agatha Christie is buried in the church yard.

St Mary

Holwell
Holwell Church was consecrated in 1895 and is in good order.