photo of St Andrew's Church, Kingham
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Kingham, St Andrew

The Church of St Andrew, Kingham is in the south-west of this Cotswold village where Church Street meets Station Road. The railway line and River Evenlode are about half a mile to the West. There is some on street parking on Church Street and we were directed to use the nearby British Legion car park.

The church, like much of the village, is built of Cotswold stone. The stone pew ends are very unusual and are believed by the locals to be unique. The tower is at the west end of the church and ringing is from the ground floor.

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The Bells

The tower has a ring of 8 bells with a tenor weighing 12-0-4 in F. Dove's Guide includes details of the bells at St Andrew and more information is provided by the Oxford Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers.

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