“A tough but full-blooded area”: the parish of St Thomas the Martyr, West Oxford
Saturday 18th March, 2pm [FULLY SUBSCRIBED]
This is a guided walk by local historian Liz Woolley, around one of the most ancient and historic areas of the city. St Thomas’s was among Oxford’s earliest suburbs, first inhabited in Saxon times. In the 12th century it stood on the direct route between the castle at the west gate of the city, and the great Augustinian Abbey of Oseney. The walk takes about 2 hours (including a visit to the church, which is normally locked).
Tickets: £9. Maximum numbers: 20
Eventbrite link: bit.ly/ocs-stthomas