Welcome to the website for the Church of St Andrew in Oddington, Oxfordshire. We have set up this site to share with visitors the history and architecture of this beautiful mediaeval church and its surrounds, we also wanted to make everyone aware of the plans and progress for restoring this historically important church.
New additions to the site.
Railway Line protests – November 1845
During 2015 the parish of Oddington has, along with our neighbouring parishes, suffered considerable disruption arising out of the construction of a new railway line from Oxford to Marylebone. We may have grumbled as hundreds of lorries have thundered along our country roads but we have otherwise been restrained. It was not always like this; on 11 November 1845 surveyors of the Buckingham Railway proceeded to Oddington read more
The annual Safari supper took place on 11 July. Attended by 40 people it raised £450 for church funds…. read more
Ash Tree Felling
The diseased Ash tree in the churchyard was felled in July 2015 ….. read more
Restoration Phase 2: January 2015 Update
The latest newsletter is available now – click on the picture to view.