Eynsham Church is one I had my eye on visiting for a while though it was not on my map list. After wondering a bout which church was easy to visit in these times I remembered I used to work in Eynsham and had seen the church on the occasion I went to the Village. In fact I past it everyday I went to work as you could see it from the road to where I used to work. Some history from Wikipedia :- "The Church of England parish church, St Leonard's, was built the 13th century. In the 15th century, the nave was rebuilt, a clerestory and north aisle were added and the west tower was built. There are Mass dials on the south wall. The building has been restored three times: by William Wilkinson in 1856, Harry Drinkwater in 1892 and over a period of eight years in the 1980s.
The west tower has a ring of six bells. James Keene of Woodstock cast the third bell in 1653. Richard Keene cast the fifth bell in 1673. John Taylor & Co of Loughborough cast or recast the treble, second, fourth and tenor bells in 1895. The church has also a Sanctus bell that Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast in 1924." St Leonard's is a Grade II* listed building.
St Leonard's church from the south side
It was a little better when the sun went in later
The porch looked as though it had a room over the top though the door was firmly closed