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St. Michael & All Angels, Steventon, Oxon
Old North Berks branch of the ODG
Further details

St. Michael & All Angels, Steventon tower
St. Michael & All Angels, Steventon
a Grade I listed building ęKMC 17 Dec 2003
Unusually, the tower is in the middle of the
church, rather than at the Western end.

  Dedication: St. Michael & All Angels, Steventon benefice
  Tower Correspondent: J E Jarvis, Copse View, Castle Street, Steventon, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 6SR
   Tel: 01235 831395

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

  The Bells (6) 11-2-7 further details

  Access to ringing chamber: Ground floor in the S entrance porch. The congregation now enters via the N porch.

  Points of interest in church The earlier church was ~1220, it was rebuilt in the second half of the 14th century with ribbed waggon roof to the nave and chancel with wooden bosses carved with heads or heraldic symbols. The tower dates from ~1330; it is the main entrance to the church. The congregation now enter via the N porch.
  Church facilities:toilet Toilet in church hall
  Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SU464915
The church is reached by turning west from the cross roads just by the village hall and green; take the southernmost of the 2 roads going west from the war memorial. This road goes beside the 'Causeway' a raised bank beside the road until a level crossing is reached; there are gates and warning bells since this is the main line Didcot to Bristol where some trains run at 125m.p.h. The church is just beyond the level crossing. Park in the road outside.
  Public Transport: Stagecoach buses between Didcot and Wantage stop in Steventon but not very near to the church.
  Eating Places: the nearest pub is The North Star just the other side of the level crossing from the church. The Fox and The Cherry Tree are others on the main road, B4017.

  Local points of interest for non ringers:

Page last updated 14 Aug 2005

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