Four of Oxfords historic buildings are to be lit up with specially designed architectural lighting under a scheme funded by the High Sheriff of Oxfordshire, Ian Laing. The 11th-century Saxon tower of the City Church of St Michael, the citys oldest building, in Cornmarket Street, is the first monument to benefit from the new environmentally-friendly illumination. St Mary Magdalen Church in Magdalen Street, Exeter College chapel in Turl Street and Wesley Memorial Chapel in New Inn Hall Street are next in line for lighting.
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