Great Bourton: All Saints
Claydon: St James the Great
Cropredy: St Mary the Virgin
The Church of St Mary the Virgin is a magnificent, mainly 14C, church, which lies at the heart of the village of Cropredy. The church has a fine pre-Reformation lectern, a Doom painting of national significance, beautiful stained glass, and a lady chapel dedicated to St. Fremund, our Saxon saint whose chantry chapel once stood on the site. You can read more by clicking here: Guide to Church of St Mary the Virgin
Our church is open daily and everyone is welcome.
For more information, please contact the churchwardens: Graham Oliver and Verna Wass
Mollington: All Saints
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