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Welcome to the Chadlington Village Website

Chadlington is a popular village in West Oxfordshire nestling on the northern slopes of the Evenlode Valley between Chipping Norton to the north and the Wychwood Forest / Charlbury to the south. This is our Village Website – all residents, visitors and others interested in the village are welcome to contribute news and events. Just click on ‘Contact Us’ at the foot of the page.

August in Chadlington


It can be quiet over the summer break when many people take their holidays but this year there are quite a lot of activities still going on in Chadlington, so no need to be bored even if you are at home.

Why not have a fun day helping to decorate the Memorial Hall on 31st August, all offers of help are very welcome, refreshments and materials will be provided.

There are interesting guided walks organised by the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty volunteers this month.


If you’re looking for an entertaining evening, why not try the Chipping Norton Folk Club, go along to the Bowls Club, where darts and the Oxfordshire game of Aunt Sally are also played or see a film in Churchill? On Friday and Saturday evenings the Café will be making pizzas, to eat in or take away.

Chadlington plays host to many visitors during the summer and if you are looking for accommodation, we are lucky to have a great range of cottages, studios and room available. See the Places to Stay pages for information about availability at Upper Court, Bull Hill Studio, Rose Cottage and other lovely venues. There is a camping and caravaning site at the top of the hill.

While you are here you can make the most of our local pub The Tite Inn, the Café de la Post, our prize-winning butchers and delicatessen grocery store. There are many delightful walks and we feature other suggestions for outings and events on this website.

If you know of any events we haven’t listed, please send the details through to the Editor via the ‘Contact us’ link below. We also welcome items of local news and additions or updates to the information pages.

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