Church of St Mary Magdalen is listed on the National Heritage List for England with the following data. Some information may have become outdated since the date of listing. Text courtesy of Historic England. © Crown Copyright, reprinted under the Open Government License.
Listed Building Data
- List Entry ID
- CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALEN
- CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALEN, MAGDALEN STREET
- Grid Reference
- SP 51258 06471
Listed Building Details
612/8/137 MAGDALEN STREET 12-JAN-54 CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALEN
Parish church. (RCHM 35). Late C13 chancel. South chapel, circa 1330. North and South aisles have arcades rebuilt early in Cl6. West tower, between 1511 and 1531. South porch, warly Cl6. Cl7 and C18 monuments. Church restored, 1840-42, which included rebuilding of North aisle by Scott and Moffatt and the South aisle by Blore. Restored, galleries removed and tower and roofs repaired, 1875, by William Wilkinson. Tower parapet restored, 1890, and windows and buttresses on South and South West restored, 1912-13, by H W Moore. Fittings include Cl6/Cl7 and Cl9 (O'connor) glass. The Cl9 restoration was as a memorial to the Oxford Martyrs.
Listing NGR: SP5125906470