St Mary & St Milburgh, Offenham

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The church stands on a Saxon site and has a Norman tower, the building is Grade II* and was largely rebuilt in 1860 by Frederick Preedy who also designed the stained glass windows, he was born in Offenham in 1820.

Offenham Church of England First School (age 4-10) has a close relationship with the church.

There is an enthusiastic band of bell ringers who ring most Sundays, and a resident organist.

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Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
Stained Glass
Church Open The Church is open throughout the year during daylight hours. N.B. These times could vary due to circumstances
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A Church Near You ID (venue number): 18599
Built: 1538 Rebuilt: 1861
Architect: Fredrick Preedy
Our Patron: Very Reverend Nicholas Guy Coulton BD, Sub-Dean of Christ Church Oxford
Archdeaconry: WORCESTER (421)
Deanery: EVESHAM (42101)
Parish Legal Name: Offenham (420020 42/20)
CofE Church Info: (642020 42/20)
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This page was last updated on Wednesday 28th October 2015
St Mary & St Milburgh : Main Street, Offenham, Worcestershire, WR11 8SF

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