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Radley Vicarage


Radley Vicarage is a pre-Tudor, oak-framed, wattle-and-daub building, said to date from the 13th century, with alterations made in the 15th century. It has a claim to be the oldest building in the country to have been in continuous use as the home of a church's incumbent.

The Radley History Club publication, Radley Vicarage, gives details of the structure and and outline of its history. There is more about the history of the vicarage in the Club's book about the Church, St James the Great, Radley: The Story of a Village Church

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