St Mary the Virgin Church, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire.

The earliest known record of a parish church at Kirtlington is in the Domesday Book of 1086.

The present church includes both ancient and modern features, the tower arches being early Norman, the nave is thirteenth century, the south aisle was built in the fourteenth, whilst the clerestory and south porch were added a century later.

In more recent times, a major re-ordering programme began at the church in 2009.

Lighting Dynamics designed, specified and completed a comprehensive interior lighting upgrade at this lovely church, which included feature uplighting of the various ceilings, as well as feature illumination of other key architectural and ecclesiastical features.

All of the new lighting is linked to multiple keypad controls.