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Walking across the fields from Swimbrook you come across this delightful small church. There are remnants of frescoes on the walls. Built on site of Roman house or temple it is pure delight. Services are still held during summer months and the church is open...More
This old church has a very simple interior, interesting that it has not been modernised. It was originally the church of the medieval village that is no longer standing. Beautiful walks around this spot
We stumbled upon this small 11th century church in the middle of lush green fields on a circular walk we took from Burford to Swinbrook. There's enough information about its history presented inside through pamphlets. It was abandoned some time during the plague but is...More
St Oswald's Church is on the public foot path between Swanbrook and Burford, just west of Swanbrook. There was no service the Sunday we walked by, but the church is open with a restriction: "don't track in mud. Close door so birds don't get in"...More
A short walk from Burford along the Windrush lies St. Oswalds church. Built around 1150 to 1200. It has wall painting dating to 1300. This church fell into ruin before being restored in the early 1900's and given grade 2 listing. It was a wonderful...More
SWINBROOK NEAR BURFORD
One really has to work hard to find this 1.000 - approx-. year old Church that was on an island till 1844.It has 14th C. wall paintings and boxed pews. You have to walk 3/4 of a mile over gates and fences...More