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Rycote Chapel

Rycote Chapel Summary

  • Address: Rycote, OX9 2PE (Map)
  • Tel: +44 (0)1844 210210
  • Fax: +44 (0)1793 414926
  • Administrator: Mr Taylor
 

Rycote Chapel Description

A 15th-century chapel, with exquisitely carved and painted woodwork and many intriguing features, such as two roofed pews and a musicians’ gallery.

The wedding scene from LWT’s Jane Eyre was filmed here.

Opening Times - 2011

  • 1st April - 30th September: Friday - Sunday & Bank Holidays, 2 - 6 pm

Admission Prices - 2011

  • Adult - £3.50
  • Child - £1.50
  • Seniors - £2.50

Your Reviews of Rycote Chapel

Carol Boman (28 April 2014)

This is a message mainly for Jackie Baldwin, whom, like myself I see, has the maiden name QUARTERMAINE. I too, visited Rycote Chapel in the 1980's and the lady in question in the kiosk was Rita Trafford, who had actually done a huge history project on the Quartermaines and through her, I contacted the son of my mother's cousin who had emigrated to Australia after World War I. My husband and I visited Australia in 1989 and actually met one Richard Quartermaine, who lived in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. What happened to Rita and her vast notes I do not know. This message was left on 28 April 2014.

Jackie Baldwin (15 May 2012)

I have been to Rycote chapel on several occassions as my maiden name was Quartermaine. The first time I visited the lady who 'manned' the kiosk asked if I would like to sign a visitors book which she only allowed Quartermaines to sign - this would be around 1983 or so, as I was there with my son who was doing a school project on his ancestors. According to the lady on duty there were visits from hundreds of Quartermaines, many from far afield - Canada and the like. On subsequent visits that person was not there and the custodian knew nothing of the visitors book which was unfortunate as I think it could have been useful for family historians. The chapel never seems to change - it is quite beautiful and serene. My second husband and I had hoped to marry there but unfortunately, in spite of numerous requests by many people (who I assume have some link to it) this is not allowed.

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Additional Info for Rycote Chapel

  • YesGroups
  • YesDisabled Access
  • YesFilming
  • YesShop
  • YesCar Parking

Heritage Groups

  • YesEnglish Heritage

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