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St Mary the Virgin, High Street

St Mary the Virgin, High Street, Adderbury, Oxfordshire OX17 3LR View on map

Grade I listed church, early 13th and 14th century, chancel and vestry 1409-19 by Richard Winchcombe for New College Oxford. Further restorations by J C Buckler and G G Scott in 1886. Sumptuous 3-bay ashlar chancel, 14th-century aisles have remarkable carved friezes depicting grotesque faces, animals and musicians. Fine traceried 15th-century rood screen, restored by Gilbert Scott. Reredos of great elaboration and quality.


Opening Arrangements

Daily 9am to 5pm.


On A4260 in the centre of Adderbury, 3 miles south of Banbury. Rail: Banbury (3 miles), Kings Sutton (2 miles) Bus: S4 Banbury - Oxford.

Parking Spaces


Some roadside parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes