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The Buttercross and Town Hall

Witney

Known across the world for blanket making, especially in North America where the Witney Point Blanket was traded in exchange for furs, the town owes...

Stonesfield

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Stonesfield
Oxfordshire
OX29 8PU

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Stonesfield

Midway between Blenheim Great Park and the Wychwood Forest, Stonesfield enjoys a hillside position above the meandering Evenlode. The village is famous for Cotswold stone tiles and slates quarried and mined in the area and like much of the Cotswolds, has also attracted the attentions of archaeologists, who have unearthed two Roman villas to date.

Charlbury and the Secret Forest (pdf 1.04Mb), a 17 mile circular horse or mountain bike ride that circles what remains of the ancient Wychwood Forest passes through Stonesfield.

 

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  2. Plough Inn at Finstock. Robin Smithett

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    Sitting within the boundaries of the ancient royal hunting Forest of Wychwood, Finstock is a...

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  3. Long Hanborough - The Three Horseshoes

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  4. Ramsden. Photo by Robin Smithett

    Ramsden


    A beautiful and peaceful stone village on the north-east edge of the Cotswolds. Ramsden, meaning...

    2.63 miles away
  1. The windmill at North Leigh

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    Best known for the 4th century Roman villa site alongside the River Evenlode, North Leigh sits...

    2.66 miles away
  2. Charlbury

    Charlbury


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  3. Woodstock Town Hall

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    3.16 miles away
  4. Wootton

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  5. The old pump on the village green in Freeland (photo courtesy of www.freelandoxon.co.uk)

    Freeland

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    3.23 miles away
  6. The old stocks in Glympton ©Elaine Argent

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    3.37 miles away
  7. Bladon St Marys Church

    Bladon


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    3.68 miles away
  8. Hailey Church

    Hailey

    Located towards the southern edge of the ancient Wychwood Forest, Hailey derives its name from...

    3.83 miles away
  9. Water fountain

    Spelsbury


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    3.91 miles away
  10. The Crown Inn in Church Enstone

    Enstone


    Enstone was originally recorded as Henestan in the Domesday Book of 1086 and as Enestan and...

    4.31 miles away
  11. Chadlington

    Chadlington


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    4.97 miles away
  12. Leafield: photo by David Sellman

    Leafield


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  13. Church End in South Leigh

    South Leigh


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  15. Eynsham

    Eynsham

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  16. View to the church in Cassington

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    5.47 miles away
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  20. Village pond Ducklington

    Ducklington


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    6.37 miles away
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    Shipton under Wychwood


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    Great Tew

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  24. Asthall village in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds

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    Swinbrook


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  26. Chipping Norton Almshouses

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    Milton under Wychwood

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  28. Bluebells at Foxholes near Bruern

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  30. Brize Norton church

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    Northmoor

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