CHURCH OF THE MOST HOLY NAME OF JESUS
This very attractive little church was built in the 1870s and today is the Catholic Church for Oundle. It is often used for functions and concerts as it has a large open space inside suitable for such occasions.
The style of the architecture is distinctly Romanesque with its central hexagonal tower and short crossings and its position at the top of the hill known as Mill Street and opposite the Oundle Museum adds to its neatness of presentation.
Surprisingly we haven’t been able to find out any more information about the building.
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