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St Peter and St Paul, Main Road

St Peter and St Paul, Main Road, Swalcliffe, Oxfordshire OX15 5EH View on map

St Peter & St Paul is a fine and unusually large village church in which all periods of ecclesiastical architecture, up to early 15th century, are well represented. There are numerous monuments in the church dedicated to the Wykeham Family. There has been a programme of restoration to the tower which now looks magnificent. A medieval church situated at the highest point of the village, dating from Saxon times but mostly constructed from the 13th - 15th Centuries. Pews dated 1642.


  • Grant Recipient: Swalcliffe PCC
  • Contact for access: Revd John Tattershall
  • 01295 780283

Opening Arrangements

The church is always open for visits and prayer


Swalcliffe is approximately 5 miles west of Banbury on the Shipston-on-Stour road - B4035. The church is located at the centre of the village on the right hand side as you travel through the village. Train: Banbury (approx. 6 miles). Bus: Banbury - Shipston on Stour - Stratford upon Avon service 50A Monday-Saturday.

Parking Spaces


Additional parking outside the tythe barn

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: No