ODG Guild Header
Established January 17 1881
   
Guild Home Page Guild Officers Diary of events in the Guild Branch details and contacts within the Guild Latest news and newsletters from the Guild and Branches Details of quarters and peals rung in the Guild The Guild Documentation Frequently Asked Questions Links to other ringing websites

Guild History Page
Search this website
St. James the Great, Radley, Oxon
Old North Berks branch of the ODG
Further details on another page

St. James the Great, Radley tower
St. James the Great, Radley ęKMC 13 Apr 2002
 

  Dedication: St. James the Great, Radley benefice
  Tower Correspondent: Miss D Pollard, 20 Kennet Road, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 3ST
   Tel: 01235 532887

  Service Ringing: Sun 10.15
  Practice night: Thu 7.30pm
  Availability and Restrictions

  The Bells (6) 6-2-0# further details

  Access to ringing chamber: small diameter, metal spiral staircase (13 steps) at end of the aisle leads to a balcony with seats for ringers in front of the ringing chamber.

  Points of interest in church


  Church facilities:
Toilet in adjacent church hall
  Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SU522994
From Abingdon at non-rush hour times of day, take the Radley Road to the right of the Catholic Church but turn off to the right towards the sign for the new Leisure Centre. This avoids the traffic humps on the Radley Road itself. Both roads come out at the same roundabout, where you turn right and shortly left. The church is then on the right; turn right in front of it to park in the Church Hall Car Park and walk back on the path through the hedge to reach the church.
  Public Transport:
Lots of buses to and from Abingdon and Oxford. Stopping trains from Oxford to Reading stop at Radley station, normally unattended. Tt is about a mile from the church.

  Eating Places: ‘The Butcher’s Arms’
  Local points of interest for non ringers: Radley College a nearby public school

Page last updated 14 Aug 2005

Valid CSS!  Valid HTML 4.01 Transitional     © Oxford Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers 2009 - Site Map