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St. Michael, Cumnor, Oxon
Old North Berks branch of the ODG
Further details

St. Michael, Cumnor tower
St. Michael, Cumnor from the North ©KMC 13 Jan 2004

Bell weights etc.

Church Architecture

Church Facilities


Ringing Chamber Access

Ringing Times

Tourist places

Tower Correspondent

Travel info

Refreshment places nearby

Their website

  Dedication:St. Michael, Cumnor benefice
  Tower Correspondent: Jenny Dyer, Brindle Bank, Third Acre Rise, Botley, Oxon OX2 9DA
   Tel: 01865 862042. Email: ajdyer47@hotmail.com

  Service Ringing: Sun 10.15 - 11.0am, also 6.15 - 7.00pm(2)
  Practice night: Wed 7.30 - 9.00pm
  Availability and Restrictions

  The Bells (8) 13-1-4 last restored 1988. Two clock hammers to pull off. Further details.

  Access to ringing chamber: Ground floor

  Points of interest in church

  Church facilities: Nearest toilet in parish centre opposite church.
Cooking and Tea making facilities, toilets, meeting room(s) for up to 50 people available in parish centre and/or old school with parking on roads adjacent. A key is in the church.
  Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP462042. Park in adjacent school car park. Limited space on road outside church.
  Public Transport:
  Eating Places: Nearest public house — The Vine — free house with restaurant — currently serving Bass, Old Hookey, John Smiths etc. ALSO The Bear and Ragged Staff and The Eight Bells at Eaton both have good restaurants and drinkable beer.
The Botley Shopping Parade (1 mile) contains The Rocco (Italian), Tong San (Chinese) and Tandoori (Indian) restaurants.
  Local points of interest for non ringers:

Page last updated 23 Apr 2005

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