The first record of a church in Oxenhall is in 1186 - dedicated to Saint Anne, to whom only 23 churches in England are dedicated.
With a growing congregation this little church continues to serve parishioners and most recently has had the chancel and vestry roofs restored together with internal refurbishment.
Oxenhall lies between Ledbury and Newent in Gloucestershire in a charming rural setting. Much loved by local residents and visitors, St. Anne's is at the centre of community activities together with the almost 'time-locked' Parish Hall.
St Anne's is part of the Leadon Vale Benefice comprising of nine churches at:-