St. Bartholomew's Church, Oakridge
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Oakridge consists of five hamlets; Oakridge Lynch, Far Oakridge, Waterlane, Bournes Green, and Tunley. Within Oakridge Lynch can be found the parish church of St. Bartholomew's, the nearby Oakridge Parochial School primary, the village Shop and Post Office, The Butchers Arms pub, and the Village Hall. The Butchers Arms is an 18th-century building with stone walls and oak beamed ceilings.
The Annual Oakridge Village Show is held on the first Saturday in September at the local recreation ground.
Charles Mason, one of the surveyors of America's Mason–Dixon line, (the other being Jeremiah Dixon), came from here.
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