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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01608 | code search
Postcode: OX7 | code search
Population: 6140
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Birthplace of:
Geoffrey Burbidge
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Folk Customs:
Boars Head Feast
Hunting the Mallard
Magdalen College Oxford Outdoor Sermon
Needle and Thread Ceremony
The Bampton Morris

Chipping Norton Events

July
Strawberry Fields Festival

September
CHIPPYJAZZ

November
Exhibition
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Latest reviews

Crown & Cushion Hotel
"The worst Hotel we have every stayed in if you are thinking of staying do not it is a night mare

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Bould Farm
"Bould Farm brings backs memories of good, old farm house and the rooms are cosy and excellent. English Breakfast at Bould Farm prepared by Lynne was lovely and delicious ! ..." More

Crown & Cushion Hotel
"On arrival all seems nice, we then get keys to room 40 which is in the coach house - Wow what a room - The bed is falling apart and ..." More

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Chipping Norton is the highest town in Oxfordshire. Its history is steeped in the wool trade which made it a wealthy town. Many of the mediaeval buildings built as a result remain in the town centre, including the Guildhall. There are also many Georgian buildings. St Mary’s church dates from the 13th century and is a fine example of a ‘wool church’. It was enlarged by wealthy local wool merchants. A market was started in 1205, and is still held every Wednesday, along with the "Mop Fair" in September. Dominating the skyline is The Bliss Valley Tweed Mill, built in 1872. William Bliss is the town’s great benefactor who set up the town’s textile industry. The mill has now been converted into apartments and a leisure centre. Chipping Norton has a 217 auditorium theatre in Spring Street that hosts a programme of drama, dance, music, film, workshops and exhibitions. There is also a museum, opposite the neo-classical Town Hall steps, in the Co-Op Hall. There are many traditional pubs and restaurants in the town, as well as art galleries, book shops and antique shops. Two miles north of Chipping Norton are The Rollright Stones, a complex of megalithic monuments consisting of 3 separate sites. Jacobean Chastleton House is nearby, now owned by The National Trust.

Accountant

Bronsens
Howes & Co
Quest Financial Services

Association

British Fluid Power Association

Attraction

Chipping Norton Museum of Local History

Caravan Park

Chipping Norton Caravanning and Camping Club Site

Care Home

Southerndown
Tall Trees

Classes

Yoga - yogaunlimited.co.uk

Dentist

Chipping Norton Dental Practice & Implant Centre
Cromwell Park Dental Care
M C Emmott

Doctor

West Street Surgery
White House Surgery
Wychwood Surgery

Estate Agent

Chancellors
Drew Greenhill
Fairfax & Co
King & Woolley
Tayler & Fletcher

Farmers Market

Chipping Norton Farmers Market

Golf Club

Chipping Norton
Wychwood
Wychwood Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Chipping Norton Leisure Centre

Inn

Crown & Cushion Hotel
Falkland Arms (The)
The Falkland Arms
The Red Lion Inn
The Swan at Ascott

Market

Chipping Norton Country Market
Chipping Norton Farmers Market
Chipping Norton Market

Pub and Bar

Albion Tavern
Bell Inn
Chequers
Falkland Arms (The)
New Inn
Red Lion
The Swan at Ascott

Restaurant

Beijing Gourmet
Cafe Le Raj
Chequers
Falkland Arms (The)
Thai Shire
The Old Mill
Wild Thyme Restaurant with Rooms

School

Chipping Norton Secondary School
Holy Trinity RC Primary School
Kingham Hill School
St Mary's Primary School

Self-Catering

Cottage in the Country

Solicitor

Lyden & Co

Taxi

Evenlode Valley Travel
Topcars

Theatre

Chipping Norton Theatre

Vet

Chipping Norton Veterinary Hospital

Sports Clubs

Chipping Norton RUFC (Rugby Union)
Chipping Norton Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

Malpass

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Boots
Applegarth Nurseries
Over The Top Textiles Pet Products
Serena Howard
Serena Howard
Vincent Pharmacy
Michael Barfield
Fothergills Gallery
Clements Picture Framers
The Gallery at Newington
Oxfordshire Craft Guild
Marriscourt Gallery
Manor House Gallery
The Cotswold Flour Millers

Antiques

Michael Harding-Hill
Arts and Crafts Company

Places to Stay near Chipping Norton

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Crown & Cushion Hotel (0.08 miles)

Crown & Cushion Hotel

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Originally a 15th century coaching inn, this hotel offers a relaxing home away from home in the heart of the Cotswold's; an area steeped with history. In the past, the Crown and ... More

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The Kings Arms (0.09 miles)

The Kings Arms
The Kings Arms has been a popular pub since the 17th century, due to its ideal location, friendly service, good food, well kept ales and high quality accommodation. For travellers and tourists taking in ... More | visit website
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Cottage in the Country (0.20 miles)

Cottage in the Country

Cottage in the Country has been established for over 20 years! Our aim, as always, is to help you find the right holiday home for you and your family. With our intimate knowledge ... More | visit website

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Heythrop Park (3.18 miles)

Heythrop Park

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This hotel is a wonderful secret hidden away in a beautiful corner of the Cotswolds, just 20 miles from the historic city of Oxford. Arrive at the sweeping 2-mile drive and see ... More

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The Kingham Plough (3.65 miles)

The Kingham Plough

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The Kingham Plough is a 4* Free House, located opposite the Village Green, in Kingham mid-way between the Cotswold Market Towns of Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh and ... More

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The Red Lion Inn (3.66 miles)

The Red Lion Inn

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Real ales, fine wines, Superb food and a warm welcome await you from your hosts Sarah and Lisa at The Red Lion. The newly refurbished interior retains and old world charm ... More

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Tollgate Inn (3.85 miles)

Tollgate Inn
Situated in the idyllic Cotswold village of Kingham, the Tollgate Inn & Restaurant offers guests something a little different from the norm.
A Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse dating back to 1720 and built from characteristic ... More | visit website
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The Red Lion (3.99 miles)

The Red Lion
The Red Lion Inn is a traditional, Cotswold stone building quietly located on the edge of the village of Little Compton.
Set in a large mature garden, the building features exposed stone walls and beams, inglenook ... More | visit website
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Mill House Hotel (4.07 miles)

Mill House Hotel

An oasis of tranquility dating back to the Domesday Book

For those seeking an ideal Cotswold country house experience, The Mill provides the perfect answer. Located in Kingham, named by Country Life Magazine as England's favourite ... More | visit website

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Sun Inn (4.58 miles)

Sun Inn
Fine food, Good Cheer, Quality Wines and Great beer.
We are situated in the Picturesque village of Hook Norton. Upon arrival at The Sun Inn you are welcomed to a warm and friendly atmosphere with original ... More | visit website

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