Quick Facts on St. Michael at the North Gate
- Short URL
- Church of St Michael St. Michael at the North Gate St. Michael at the North Gate, Oxford
- Cornmarket Street OxfordOX1 3EY
- Main date(s)
- c. 1040-13th C
- Anglo-Saxon Era churches Grade I listed buildings (#1185714; Jan 12, 1954) historical sites parish churches
- 51.753755° N,
- OS Grid Reference
- SP 51289 06375
- + 44 (0) 1865 240 940
Listed Building Description
Source: The National Heritage List for England. Reprinted under license.
612/8/167 CORNMARKET STREET 12-JAN-54 (East side) CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL SHIP STREET (North side) CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL
Parish church. (RCHM 36). West tower built of Coral Rag in early-mid Cll, restored in C19 by S G Bruton and repaired in 1896 by C B Hutchinson, architect; walls partly rebuilt in 1908 by A Mardon Mowbray. Cl3 chancel, to which a South chapel was added circa 1280 and which was extended to West in C14 and heightened in 1854. Early C14 North chapel and transept partly rebuilt in 1833 by John Plowman, architect. Late C15 North and South arcade and North aisle; tower arch and South porch rebuilt. Church restored 1854 by G E Street, including rebuilding of chancel. Fittings include late C13 and C16 stained glass. New vestry 1971.
Church of St Michael, Nos 1 to 6 (consec) and 8 to 16 (consec) Ship Street form a group.
Listing NGR: SP5129206377
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