Church of St John The Baptist

Church of St John The Baptist, Wallingford

Church of St John The Baptist

Church of St John The Baptist
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Howlo
Buckingham, UK9,330 contributions
Nice Church
Sep 2019 • Friends
A truly lovely church, a great asset to this fine market town. Very well kept both inside and out. So nice to find it open to the public, too enjoy.
Written October 4, 2019
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Amanda W
Oxford, England1,013 contributions
Local church
Apr 2017 • Solo
This is my local church. I love attending services here at Easter and Christmas. There are interesting memorials in the church and graveyard. Lovely setting right by a lake and the Thames.
Written September 13, 2017
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Trudie T
Midland, TX2,702 contributions
Lovely Church
Jul 2016 • Couples
This church is very beautiful on the outside. They are doing some work on it right now so it doesn't actually "show" as pretty as it will when the work has been completed. The inside is obviously a "working church." Lots of evidence of current use. It's a very pretty church. One of many in this area.
Written July 7, 2016
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Clivel_98
Hereford, UK1,474 contributions
An interesting mix of a bit of a working church and a ruin
Apr 2016 • Couples
Currently, to get to this church, you go down a single track road to what looks like an abandoned park with impressive, if somewhat dilapidated buildings. This is Mongewell Park - what used to be carmel College, now set for redevelopment.

However, a short walk and you come across the church - at first look, a strange mix of fling and brick ruins, but when you get closer, you find that one part of the church is still in use. In this little area, there are some interesting sculptural items and a glorious, small stain glass window.

The surrounding grounds have views over to the Thames and across the 'lake' (a cut in to the grounds from the Thames). The church is only used occasionally - it is maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust.
Written April 7, 2016
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