Lower Heyford – St Mary
The Parish of Lower Heyford lies beside the River Cherwell some 12 miles north of Oxford, about halfway between Oxford and Banbury. It includes the hamlet of Caulcott to house a population of just fewer than 400. St Mary's Church was consecrated in 1065 by the Saxon Bishop Wulfin of Dorchester but the current building dates from its rebuilding around 1350, with substantial 15th century alteration and modernisation in the 19th century.
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At the Reading Room, School Lane Upper Heyford OX25 5LG
from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
TUESDAY 1st DECEMBER
St Mary’s Lower Heyford
A welcoming place to meet together over a cup of fresh coffee and home made cakes. Tea, soft drinks and sometimes sandwiches are also available
Open to all and free of charge
Donations towards running costs gratefully received
Location Map of St Mary, Lower Heyford
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