• Ock Street
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 5AG
  • Appleford Drive
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 2AQ
  • Northcourt Road
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 1PL
  • Radley Road
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 3PL
  • Radley Road
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 3PS
  • Lindsay Drive
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 2RT
  • West St Helen Street
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 5BS
A large and unusual church, situated beautifully beside the river. This church contains a magnificent Lady Chapel, built in the mid c13.
  • Park Road
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 1DS

St Michael’s was built in 1864-7 on Park Road, just south of the newly-created Albert Park. Christ’s Hospital, which owned what was then an open… Read more »

  • Market Square
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 3JL

St. Nicolas’ church is one of the few remaining parts of the great Benedictine Abbey of St. Mary at Abingdon, and was the final part… Read more »

  • Conduit Road
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 1DB
  • Checker Walk
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 3JB
There has been a chapel on site here since C18. The present building was constructed around approximately 1841, and was designed by the architect John Davies. The roof was renewed in 1893, and the interior remodelled in 1971.
  • Park Road
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 1DE
  • West Saint Helen Street
  • Abingdon
  • OX14 5BL
  • The Green
  • Adderbury
  • OX17 3NA
  • Round Close Road
  • Adderbury
  • OX17 3EE
  • Mill Lane
  • Adderbury
  • OX17 3LP
Arguably the finest parish church in Oxfordshire, St Mary's, Adderbury, dates to the 13th century. The main interest here is the superb series of carvings both inside and outside the church. Look out for the sculptures. There are grotesques and figures in the cornices of the side aisles and tower. These include a long tailed, growling dragon and a group of medieval musicians.
  • Horn Hill Road
  • Adderbury
  • OX17 3EW
The Meeting House has remained almost unchanged since it was built in 1675. It has no heating, electricity or water supply. Surprisingly, the lack of modern facilities adds to our spiritual experience - one can almost imagine Quakers from history joining the Meeting for Worship.
  • Adwell
  • OX9 7DQ

The original parish church is believed to have been built late in the 12th century, although the earliest documentation of it is dated 1254. It… Read more »

  • Off A418 at Tiddington
  • Albury
  • OX9 2LP

Albury had a parish church by the beginning of the 13th century. It had a small nave and chancel, two Norman doorways and a 14th-century… Read more »

  • Well Lane
  • Alkerton
  • OX15 6NL
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.
  • Mill Lane
  • Alvescot
  • OX18 2PT
A grade II* Early English church with 13th Century north transept and Perpendicular 15th Century tower. The chancels was rebuilt in 1872 and there is a Burne Jones window in the south transept. The Gothic bell tower has a ring of six bells, cast in 1727, 1796, 1859 and 1985.
  • Church Walk
  • Ambrosden
  • OX25 2LY
A church has stood here from Saxon times for the Parish of Ambrosden was referred to as being already in existence as early as 1069 AD, but this Norman tower and a church which included part of the nave were built at the end of the 11th or the beginning of the 12th century. The actual year of its consecration is unknown but it is assumed to have been in the month of September close to the birthday of the Virgin Mary whose name it bears.

  • Church Street
  • Appleford
  • OX14 4QE

Romanesque origins; C13 chancel; nave rebuilt by Ewan Christian c.1880; tower by W. Sillbee Scott c.1885. Squared stone in random courses, with ashlar stone dressings;… Read more »

  • Badswell Lane
  • Appleton
  • OX13 5JN
  • Church Road
  • Appleton
  • OX13 5JU

The oldest parts of the Church of England parish church of Saint Laurence are 12th century Norman. The north aisle was added late in that… Read more »

  • Church Street
  • Ardington
  • OX12 8PF

The oldest part of the Church of England parish church of Holy Trinity is the chancel arch, built about 1200. The Gothic Revival architect Joseph… Read more »

  • Church Road
  • Ardley
  • OX27 7NP
Small village church with Early English chancel, C13-14 tower and late C18 nave.
  • Church View
  • Ascott-under-Wychwood
  • OX7 6AA
Holy Trinity is a mainly 12th-century church and is set in the heart of the beautiful village of Ascott-under-Wychwood. It abounds with fascinating historical features and has been the centre of worship in the village for some 900 years. It is quite small and simple set in a picturesque walled Churchyard just off the Village Green.
  • Chapel Road
  • Ashbury
  • SN6 8NB

The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary was originally Norman but was rebuilt in the 13th century. In the 20th century the artist… Read more »

  • Next to the Manor House
  • Asthall
  • OX18 4HW

A 12th Century church in the Windrush Valley, with a 14th Century transept converted into a Chantry Chapel. St Nicholas Church has a very rare… Read more »

  • Cote Road
  • Aston
  • OX18 2DY

Saint James was built in 1839 with only a low squat tower and one bell. Later a spire and second bell were added. The Gothic… Read more »

  • Church Lane
  • Aston Rowant
  • OX49 5SR
The oldest parts of the Church of England parish church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul are the north and south walls of the nave, which are Norman and from around 1100.
  • Rectory Lane
  • Aston Tirrold
  • OX11 9DH
A medium sized Mediaeval parish church.
  • Spring Lane
  • Aston Tirrold
  • OX11 9EJ
  • Thorpe Street
  • Aston Upthorpe
  • OX11 9EQ
Small Mediaeval church , peaceful and charming
  • Shutford Road
  • Balscote
  • OX15 6JW
  • Balscote
  • OX15 6JG

The earliest features of the Church of England parish church of St. Mary Magdalene include a Norman font and an Early English style window. Most… Read more »

  • Bridge Street
  • Bampton
  • OX18 2HA
  • Church Close
  • Bampton
  • OX18 2LW
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.
  • Horsefair
  • Banbury
  • OX16 0AH
  • 66 George Street
  • Banbury
  • OX16 5BH
  • Grange Road, Easington
  • Banbury
  • OX16 9AS
  • Fairway Ruscote
  • Banbury
  • OX16 0RS
  • Horsefair
  • Banbury
  • OX16 0AH

Dated 1751. Tuscan porch c.1820. Regular coursed ironstone rubble. Hipped stone slate roof. 2 storeys; 3-window range. Entrance into porch attached to left end. Door… Read more »

  • West Street
  • Banbury
  • OX16 3HA
  • Marlborough Road
  • Banbury
  • OX16 5BZ
  • Boxhedge Road
  • Banbury
  • OX16 0BP
  • Southam Road
  • Banbury
  • OX16 2EJ
  • Highlands
  • Banbury
  • OX16 1FA