Churches and Cemeteries
All Saints Church
12th Century, Medieval Church, which lost its tower in the Civil War. Open to visitors at weekends and Bank Holidays
In 1975 the Congregational and Methodist Chapels united. Services are held in the extended Methodist Chapel, now called the United Church.
Catholic Church Blessed Hugh
Formerly the Congregational Church
St Giles Church, Great Coxwell
13th century church built by Cistercian Monks
St Mary the Virgin Little Coxwell
12th Century built by the Monks of Beaulieu Abbey and used as a Chapel of Ease,.
Friends Meeting House
Built in 1672 as a Quaker meeting house
Old Town Hall War Memorial
Those from Faringdon who died in World War I & II
Officially founded in 1657. The church was built in 1657
Founded in 1832. The chapel was
built in 1851
Founded by John Fidel in 1750.
All Saints' Churchyard
Not used for burials since the 1940s. You can search the Excel database of Memorial inscriptions to find your relatives.
Faringdon Free Church Cemetery, Canada Lane
Purchased in 1860 by '17 worthy citizens'
Search the memorial inscriptions database (Excel)
Coach Lane Cemetery
Used for burials since the closure of All Saints Churchyard
Westmill Burial Ground
Woodland Burials since 2012
This 3 acre site is a wooded nature reserve with small meadow.
Good Funeral awards.