St Kenelm, Old Minster Lovell
St Kenelm, Old Minster Lovell, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 0RN View on map
Grade I listed, dating from 1450. Cruciform in shape with a central tower, 2-bay transepts and 3-bay nave. Interior contains reredos of 1876 by J L Pearson. South transept has alabaster tomb-chest, probably to William, Lord Lovell, having recumbent figure in armour to top with feet on lion and head on helmet; tracery panels to sides have figures and armorial shields. 15th-century octagonal stone font. 15th-century pews to nave.
The church is open daily from 9.30am to dusk.
- Is part of Ride and Stride
Old Minster Lovell is signposted on the north side of the B4047, west of Witney. Rail: Charlbury (6 miles), Oxford( 12 miles). Bus: Stagecoach S2 (Oxford to Carterton).
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes