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Chipping Warden, St Peter and St Paul

Chipping Warden, St Peter and St Paul

One of the finest medieval churches in the county, off the main road and adjacent to the mainly 17th century Manor House. 

Elements of an earlier church can be discovered but the overwhelming effect is a grand building from the time of King Edward 111 (1327-1377). 

The architecture shows considerable sophistication and grandeur, often likened to a 'mini' cathedral.

A pleasant walk of about half a mile leads you to the beautiful and exquisite Church of St James Edgcote.

Times of opening may vary. Usually open on a Tuesday and Friday between 10am and 12noon. Access to a toilet and refreshments available.

St Peter and St. Paul welcomes all visitors, whether small parties or large and also reasonably well behaved dogs. Pre booked refreshments available served from the in church kitchen.


Contact & Opening Times

Chipping Warden, St Peter and St Paul, Chipping Warden, Banbury, OX17 1JY|
[email protected]|

Opening Details

The church is normally locked, see below for contact details.


Contact Details

Key obtainable from Elizabeth Thame – 01295 660254 or Barbara Bartlett – 01295 251314.

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