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Pilgrimages in the Ray Valley Benefice: Islip-Woodeaton-Noke-Islip

We have just published the latest Pilgrim Route.  A walk starting in Islip and taking walkers through Woodeaton and Noke before returning to Islip. Find the details here.

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St Andrews Pilgrim Routes; Oddington to Noke Circular

We have just published the latest Pilgrim Route.  A circular walk starting in Oddington and crossing Otmoor to Noke. Find the details here.

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St Andrews Pilgrim Routes; Oddington, Noke, Islip and back to Oddington

We have just published the latest Pilgrim Route.  A walk starting in Oddington and taking in Noak and Islip before returning to Oddington. Find the details here.

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A new path in the churchyard

A section of the churchyard path, immediately inside the gates, has been renewed by Michael Lambert, assisted by his labourer, Churchwarden Nigel. We are grateful to Michael for freely giving his time to carry out this much needed work. More … Continue reading

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Pilgrimages in the Ray Valley Benefice: Charlton-on-Otmoor-Wendlebury-Charlton-on-Otmoor

We have added a new Pilgrim route – a loop from Charlton on Otmoor through Wendlebury and back to Charlton. Full details here.

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St Andrews becomes a Pilgrim Church

Over a period of time we have been developing a plan for St. Andrew’s Church to be a church of pilgrimage. This started in 2012 when Churchwarden, Nigel Lambert walked the Camino Francais to Santiago de Compostela to raise funds … Continue reading

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Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival was celebrated on 22 September in a service led by Rev. Lisa Holmes. Many of the floral displays from the previous week’s flower festival were still in place. The centre piece was a harvest loaf, baked by Beryl … Continue reading

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