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Guide to the parish churches of Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone

John Egram Little

Guide to the parish churches of Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone

by John Egram Little

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Published by Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone Parochial Church Council in Uffington .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by John E. Little.
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Open LibraryOL19899380M

Little, J.E. () The Parish Churches of Baulking, Woolstone, and Uffington, pamphlet 12 pages Miles, D., Palmer, S., Lock, G., Gosden, C., and Cromarty, A.M. () Uffington White Horse and its Landscape: Investigations at White Horse Hill Uffington, and Tower Hill Ashbury, , Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 18 (Oxford. Baulking was made an ecclesiastical parish separate from Uffington in [2] St Nicholas' is now once again part of the Uffington Benefice, along with the parishes of Shellingford and Woolstone. [6] History. Baulking was an ancient market town, with market day on Thursday. In the market was changed to Tuesday and by it had ceased.

Community village bus service to & from Wantage twice a week – pls support! In an effort to fill the hole left by Oxfordshire County Council’s cancellation of our village bus service, the UBW (Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone) Minibus Association have started a community run service to Wantage town centre every Wednesday and Friday. The service will start in Uffington at . First mentioned in the famous Domesday Book of in a list of Abbey properties, Appleford is home to a landmark Church which can be clearly seen on the skyline from miles around. Vale of White Horse District Council 2 Parish Portraits - Preferred Options - April Parish Portraits - Appleford Settlements contained within the parish:Appleford.

Woolstone is a curiosity of a church. I came here to see the lead font which is part of a little cluster to be found in this part of Oxfordshire. It is located within the shadow of Uffington White Horse and within a brisk walk of Wayland’s Smith long barrow. This is sacred country visited by millions of tourists each year. Logement entier à Uffington (Royaume-Uni). Self contained character converted blacksmiths Forge providing a lounge with two sofa beds, wood burning stove and TV. Newly fitted kitchen and bat.


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Guide to the parish churches of Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone by John Egram Little Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sunday Services From February services in St. Mary's Uffington will be at 10am, apart from on the 4th Sunday when Holy Communion will be at 11am. Services in the other churches in the Benefice are: am in Baulking, am in Woolstone, and am in Shellingford, with an Evensong in Woolstone at 6pm on the 1st Sunday in the month.

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Guide to the parish churches of Uffington, Baulking and WoolstoneAuthor: John Egram Little. Baulking with Woolstone is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Berkshire, created in from Baulking chapelry and Woolstone chapelry in Uffington Ancient Parish.

Alternative names: Balking, Bethelking, Baulking, Balking with Woolstone. Other places in the parish include: Woolstone. Parish church: Parish registers begin:   Woolstone The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales Woolstone, anciently Wolverichton, a chapelry in the parish of Uffington, hund.

of Shrivington, union of Farringdon, county of Berks; 5½ miles south by east of Great-Farringdon, south of the Great Western railway. Living, a curacy sub-ordinate to the vicarage of Uffington. John E Little Guide to the parish churches of Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone (PCC ). The Bodleian Library holds three transcriptions of information about Woolstone under WOOL/ NBF Woolstone’s Roman villa was written up by Ann Hamilton in the proceedings of the Berkshire Archaeological Society Balking, or Baulking, anciently Betkelking, a village and a parish in Berks.

The Uffington Junction station on the G.W.R. is in this parish, from which there is a branch to Faringdon, which is 4 miles SSE. It was formerly a market-town, and its post town is Faringdon; money order and telegraph office, Uffington.

Uffington is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire, about 4 miles ( km) south of Faringdon and 6 miles (10 km) west of Wantage. The Census recorded the parish's population as It was originally in the county of Berkshire, but under the Local Government Act it was transferred for local government purposes to Oxfordshire.

The Uffington White Horse hill figure is on the. From today (23 March) we will be distributing the notice attached below to all households in Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone parishes along with the forms to be used to request assistance from the recently established volunteer support group.

Paper copies will also be left in the Uffington Shop and the Church. St Mary’s Church, Uffington, built inis known as the “Cathedral of the Vale”. This is because it is a large church, with a high standard of design and workmanship, which must have been built by a wealthy patron rather than as an ordinary parish church.

For more information see the St Mary’s Church page on Uffington trip planner Create a fully customized day-by-day itinerary for free. Itinerary Planner + Add destination. 2 adults. Adults-+ Teens-+ Kids-+ Close.

Activities preferences (optional) Popular. Balanced. Hidden gems. Slow & easy. Medium. Fast-paced. Culture. Outdoors. Relaxing. Romantic. Beaches. Historic sites. Museums. Baptisms: We look forward to welcoming babies, children and adults into the church through Baptism, and we value the commitment of parents and godparents to bring up children in the Christian faith.

Uffington Benefice comprises four parishes which along with Uffington itself includes Baulking, Shellingford and Woolstone. The UBW (Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone) Minibus Association bus service to Wantage will now (from August 10th, ) collect in Sparsholt & Westcot on Wednesdays only.

Following the loss of the OCC subsidised 67 bus service, demand for the UBW service has exceeded expectations and, without further vounteer drivers (could you help. see below), UBW have sadly had to restrict the.

Parish church. The tower of St Mary's. The common lands of Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone were enclosed in Thomas Hughes (), author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, was born in the village. The village school mentioned in the book still exists: now it is Tom Brown's School Museum and has exhibits on Thomas Hughes.

Baulking was an ancient market town, with market day on Thursday. In the market was changed to Tuesday and by it had ceased to be held. The common lands of Uffington, Baulking and Woolstone were enclosed in The Great Western Main Line was built through the southern part of the parish and opened in The line immediately.

In light of the likely loss of our village 67 bus from July 23rd (see), the Uffington, Baulking & Woolstone Minibus Association (UB W) has very kindly offered their service to Sparsholt & Westcot residents.

The association runs a Wantage shopping trip every Friday, leaving Uffington at   Parish History [edit | edit source]. UFFINGTON (St. Mary), a parish, in the union of Farringdon, hundred of Shrivenham, county of Berks, 4¼ miles (S. E.) from Farringdon. Baulking and Woolstone are chapelries in the parish of Uffington.

Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July to the.

Held at one of the Benefice Churches: Baulking, Uffington, Woolstone or Shellingford. Share; Sunday. Holy Communion or Morning Prayer CURRENTLY SUSPENDED.

OPEN DAILY - for private prayer Book of Common Prayer Refreshments Family Friendly. The parish church is known as "The Cathedral of the Vale". The village is in the middle of the Vale of the White Horse, otherwise known as the Ock Valley. Like most parishes in the Vale, Uffington parish is long and thin, running north-south, so that it includes both low-lying arable land and grazing upland on the Berkshire Downs.

A big 'thank you' to everyone who has collected/is collecting stamps for The Leprosy Mission. Last year the charity raised over £50, through stamps and other collectibles like coins and old postcards. Please put your stamps in one of the collecting boxes in the churches in Uffington, Baulking, Woolstone or Shellingford.

Or you can give them. Uffington, Oxfordshire Coordinates: 51°37′N 1°34′W  /  °N °W  /. Uffington: St. Mary's parish church. Uffington St. Mary's Church. Known as the Cathedral in the Vale, Uffington is considered one of the finest medieval churches in the county. It is a large cruciform building built almost entirely at one go by the Abbot of Abingdon around The central octagonal tower lost its spire during a storm in Uffington’s Old Schoolroom was built in John Little, who lived in the village, developed the idea of setting up the Museum there and he opened it in All the exhibits acquired since then have been donated, mostly by residents of the villages of Uffington, Woolstone and Baulking who are keen to have the history of the area preserved.Guide to Baulking, Berkshire ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records.