Closed Churches Available for Disposal

Dunham on Trent St Oswald

The Church of St Oswald is a prominent Grade I Listed Church of 15th Century origin with numerous interesting architectural features. With the exception of the tower, the Church was rebuilt in 1862. The construction is of ashlar with slate roofs. The approximate floor area is 2,120sq ft (197m2).

St Oswald's is situated on the eastern side of the village of Dunham on Trent set back from the main street (A57) close to the toll bridge over the River Trent. It lies at the eastern end of Church Walk off The Green. This modest village has a primary school, modern village hall, recreation ground and public house. The village has good links to Lincoln in the east and Newark and Retford in the west. The road network also links to the A1 and A1M.

The property is suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning and all necessary consents/approvals. Prospective purchasers are expressly advised to consider the informal Planning & Conservation Statement and contact the Local Planning Authority, particularly the Conservation Team, directly to discuss their proposals.

Offers are invited on a conditional basis. The conditions of sale and information pack are available from the selling agents website

Southwell and Nottingham

Main Street, Dunham-on-Trent

Dunham on Trent St Oswald

NGR: SK 815 744

Contact details

Jeremy Baguley

Brown & Co 3 Grove Street Retford Nottinghamshire

DN22 6JP

01777 712946