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St. James the Less, Pangbourne, Berks
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St. James the Less, Pangbourne tower
St. James the Less, Pangbourne ęKMC 13 Sep 2003

  Dedication:St. James the Less, Pangbourne benefice
  Tower Correspondent:

  Service Ringing: Sun 9.00(1), 10.00(2,4), 5.30 by arrangement
  Practice night: Thu 8.00-9.15pm
  Availability and Restrictions

  The Bells (6) 10-0-0# further details

  Access to ringing chamber: ground floor, through small door from outside at base of tower, also from within the church through the newish kitchen/toilet area.

  Points of interest in church:
  Monument to Sir John Davis 1625 behind the organ
  Church facilities: Toilet: New one in small room between ringing chamber and church aisle, usually locked.
  Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SU634764
Park in public car park 100m north of the church. There is a path at the back to the west of the church.
  Public Transport:
Train station (Paddington to Didcot etc.) 1/4 mile walk from church.
  Eating Places: The nearest pub: The Cross Keys is just across the road from the graveyard.
  Local points of interest for non ringers: Kenneth Grahame bought "Church Cottage" across the road surrounding the churchyard in 1924; when he died in 1930 the funeral was held in this church. He is buried in Oxford.

Page last updated 15 Aug 2005

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