St Mary & St Milburgh, Offenham
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The church is set in a village of 4.25 Square kilometers, three miles from Badsey. The main occupation is market gardening but there are many commuters.
The building is Grade II* and was largely rebuilt in 1860 by Frederick Preedy who also designed the stained glass.He was born in Offenham in 1820.
There is no church hall but we have use of a village hall, Royal British Legion and Offenham Church of England First School (age 4-10) which has close relationship with the church.
There is an enthusiastic band of bell ringers who ring most Sundays.
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