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Eynsham Parish Council

Eynsham Sketchbook

  • Jolly Sportsman
    Photo: Lorna Marrison 15/09/2014

    One of a series created for the Eynsham News and starting with issue 9. Each of our locals was asked what makes them special and and we hope you’ll be tempted to try them out as the nights draw in. So visit The Jolly Sportsman

    More images by Lorna on her website >>

  • The Evenlode
    Photo: Lorna Marrison 15/09/2014

    One of a series created for the Eynsham News and starting with issue 9. Each of our locals was asked what makes them special and and we hope you’ll be tempted to try them out as the nights draw in. So visit The Evenlode

    More images from Lorna on her website >>

  • Church Street

    Another sketch by the prolific Donald Richards, undated.

  • Harris's Corner
    Photo: Donald Richards 01/05/2013

    A regular meeting point for local residents - at least since the Harris family ran the butchers on the corner. The plaque was installed in their honour by Mervyn Harris - read more >>

  • Newlands Inn
    Photo: Lorna Marrison 15/09/2014

    One of a series created for the Eynsham News and starting with issue 9. Each of our locals was asked what makes them special and and we hope you’ll be tempted to try them out as the nights draw in. So visit The Newlands Inn

    More images by Lorna on her website >>

  • Swinford Toll Bridge

    Eynsham artists go to town with Artweeks towards the end of May but draw inspiration from the village all year round.

    Variations on a local theme include this iconic design © Alice Walker, originally reproduced on mugs and latte glasses but recently extended to aprons and notelets by Eynsham Enterprises.

    More images from Alice Walker on her website >>

  • Still Life in Eynsham
    Photo: Jane Tomlinson 01/08/2009

    Jane says: "This hand-made drypoint tinted with watercolour is inspired by the beauty to be found in the west Oxfordshire village of Eynsham."

    Visit her website >>

  • Bartholomew Room

    Image © Donald Richards from 'Eynsham - a Chronicle' by kind permission of Donald & Pamela Richards - Robert Boyd Publications; 96pp (2005); ISBN 1 899536 78 7; price £5. Also featuring on the Eynsham apron and Eynsham notelets.

    Read more about the Bartholomew Room >>

  • Catholic Apostolic Church

    One of a series of drawings by Alan Mills, for the booklet ‘Eynsham A Mediaeval Town by the Thames’, published by Eynsham Conservation Area Advisory Committee (2nd edition 1984).

  • The Gables, Newland Street

    Image © Alan Mills, who has also supplied an image of the Bartholomew Room

  • The Gables, from garden

    image © Donald Richards: another scene from ‘Eynsham - a Chronicle’ by kind permission of Donald & Pamela Richards.

    One of Eynsham's finest listed buildings, The Gables is introduced in Eynsham Record 1, 1984; the story of its false acacia tree and link with William Cobbett is recounted in no. 18, 2001.

  • The Gables, detail
    Photo: Sarah Bannerman 30/06/2008

  • The Holt, Mill Street

    Another drawing by Alan Mills, from the booklet ‘Eynsham A Mediaeval Town by the Thames’, published by Eynsham Conservation Area Advisory Committee (2nd edition 1984).

  • Eynsham Lock
    Photo: Cate Ferrier 28/07/2009

    Also featuring on the Eynsham apron and Eynsham notelets; but this time designed for the purpose.

    More about Eynsham Lock >>

  • Queen's Head rear
    Photo: Lorna Marrison 27/08/2006

    Eynsham still boasts eight public houses - read more on the Queen's Head.

    More images from Lorna on her website >>

  • St Leonard's Church

    Image © Donald Richards, also used to promote the Friends of St Leonard's Church.

    Read more about St Leonard's Church >>

  • St Leonard's south side

    image © Donald Richards: another scene from 'Eynsham - a Chronicle', illustrating the 17th century. The Church Warden's accounts suggest that lead, locks and windows suffered as elsewhere during the Civil War.

  • St Peter's Church

    Image © Donald Richards from ‘Eynsham - a Chronicle’, this time illustrating the 20th century.

    Read more about St Peter's Church >>

  • Thatched Cottage
    Photo: Donald Richards 08/05/1982

    Church Street scene from 'Eynsham - a Chronicle' by kind permission of Donald & Pamela Richards; also featuring on the Eynsham apron and Eynsham notelets.

    Regular backdrop on the route of the Primary School Parade in May.

  • Toll Bridge and Inn

    Another image © Donald Richards from ‘Eynsham - a Chronicle’, this time illustrating the 18th century.

    The toll bridge was opened in 1769; we have an illustrated feature >>

  • The White House

    Mill Street: image © Donald Richards: another scene from ‘Eynsham - a Chronicle’, illustrating the 19th century.

    A barn behind the White House was set up as a small meeting room by Eynsham's first Baptist Church and later taken over for a while by the Primitive Methodists. The house itself was bought by Fr John Lopes, Eynsham's first Catholic priest, in the 20th century.

    Read more about the Baptist Church >>

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