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St. Peter, Little Wittenham, Oxon
Old North Berks branch of the ODG
Further details

St. Peter, Little Wittenham tower
St. Peter, Little Wittenham ęKMC 28 Nov 2003
the Study Centre for the Little Wittenham Nature Reserve can
be seen behind the big tree on the left. Day's Lock with a footway
across the Thames is along the track past the church to the right

  Dedication: St. Peter, Little Wittenham benefice
  Tower Correspondent: Peter Collinson, 4 Knapp Close, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 1SL
   Tel: 01235 528842

  Service Ringing: Ringing by arrangement
  Practice night: Ringing by arrangement
  Availability and Restrictions Ringing by arrangement

  The Bells (5) 5-2-0# further details

  Access to ringing chamber: a narrow, dark spiral staircase of 25 steps from inside the tower at the western end of the nave.
Ringing chamber is small and dust comes down with the ropes. Ringers often wear hats here.

  Points of interest in church: marble monument at western end of the aisle
  Church facilities:
  Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SU566935. Park opposite church.
  Public Transport:
  Eating Places: The nearest is The Vine in High Street, Long Wittenham.
  Local points of interest for non ringers: The Thames flows nearby through Day’s Lock.
There is a footpath through the Nature Reserve to the Wittenham Clumps.
Nearby Long Wittenham has the Pendon Museum - a model village.

Page last updated 19 May 2005

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