Shrivenham St Andrew

A warm welcome to St Andrew’s Church Shrivenham

With the exception of the 13th century tower and a small bit of the west wall the church was built during the reign of Charles I, at a time when there was very little in the way of church building taking place in England. As such, it presents a rather unusual style - a merging of late Perpendicular and Classical. More...

Bourton St James

St James is located on the outskirts of the village of Bourton in the direction of Bishopstone. It was founded and built in 1859 following the purchase of a plot of land by Mr T. Tucker, and its foundation stone was laid on August 8th of that year by Jane - Viscount Barrington. Prior to this the village had no church, and villagers would meet in a hut at the bottom of The Hill to worship. More...

Ashbury St Mary

St Mary’s is the parish church for Ashbury, Kingston Winslow and Idstone. Although the church building is located at the top of the village the church is very much in the centre of village life, along with the Free Church, primary school, village hall and pub. More...

Fernham St John & Village Hall

The Church of St John the Evangelist is a small, grade II listed, building in the centre of Fernham. Although its style is thirteenth century gothic, it was in fact consecrated in 1861 by the Gothic Revival Architect JW Hugall to serve as a chapel of ease for Longcot. More...

Watchfield St Thomas

Built in 1857-8 by G E Street in a plain Gothic style. Rubble stone with dressed stone buttresses, copings and openings and gabled stone tiled roof. More...

Longcot St Mary

Longcot church is a lovely parish church whose shape seems to reflect that of the village it serves. More...

Compton Beauchamp St Swithun

St. Swithun's Church in the Parish of Compton Beauchamp appears in Simon Jenkins 'Thousand Best Churches' and in Richard Wheeler's 'Oxfordshire's Best Churches'. Built of chalk and clunch, this medeival cruciform Church is unusual in that most of the internal furnishings date from the 20th century. More...

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