Holy Trinity Church (Headington Quarry) - Holy Trinity Church - Sunday 12 September - 2pm - 5pm

Sunday, September 12, 2021 - 14:00 to 17:00
Holy Trinity Church (Headington Quarry)


Explore Gilbert Scott’s Victorian “village” Church in Headington Quarry and it’s associations with CS Lewis. 

Look out for the etched window depicting Narnia.

Notable graves in the churchyard include Lewis, William Kimber (father of English Morris) & Robert Doyne (founder of the Oxford Eye Hospital)

Access from Quarry Road via a footpath or from Trinity Road, off the Eastern Bypass.



Covid-19 safety

OPT encourages all visitors to Oxford Open Doors to continue to work together to reduce the risk of spread and transmission of COVID-19 ensuring that you, the staff and volunteers who welcome you, and other visitors stay safe.

Although there are no statutory guidelines at present, please keep safe by:

  • Maintaining good hygiene – wash your hands regularly and use hand sanitiser where no hand washing facilities are available.
  • Maintaining social distancing.
  • Showing consideration and sensitivity to others.
  • Being prepared to wear a face covering at indoor venues.

If you begin to show COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19, please do not attend.

Please be aware that individual venues may have additional Covid-19 safety guidelines which you will be required to follow when visiting.

*Be prepared and ensure you have a face covering and hand sanitiser with you during your visits.*

Many thanks for your cooperation.


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