St Laurence, a place of worship for more than 600 years, has a number of interesting features:
- wall paintings, mainly from the 15th century, that were uncovered in the 1890s and were probably the work of the monks of Eynsham Abbey
- an Early English stone pulpit decorated with panels of blind tracery, from which John Wesley preached in 1731
- a 1634 pulpit hanging on display - an unusual cloth, provided for the church during the reign of Charles I and used to decorate the pulpit. The material is silk velvet and the royal coat of arms is just visible.
- a number of bale tombs in the churchyard.
|2020 (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|