CHURCH HISTORY

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St Mary Magdalene – Duns Tew

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A fine Victorian restoration of a medieval church by the celebrated architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott. Points of interest include c1200 doorway and font, 14th Century gallery of carved Medieval people and windows from all three periods of Medieval Gothic are found on the north side.

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Open: Daily from 9.30am – 6.00pm (approx)

Church warden

Stephanie Lacey

Tel 01869 347350 Email stephanielacey@btconnect.com

 

Christopher Drake

Tel 01869 340057  email goto.christopherdrake@gmail.com

 How to find us . . .
Leave the M40 at junction 10 and take the B430 towards Ardley & Middleton Stoney. At Ardley, take third turning right (just after the church) and follow this road to Somerton. At the T junction in Somerton, turn right (SP North Aston, Banbury). Follow this road through North Aston to the A4260 (Deddington to Kidlington) road. Cross the road and in 0.75miles enter Duns Tew. The church is on the right at the junction of this road and the road to Barton. It is just 6.5miles from M40 to the church.

 

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