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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.




Pictures from the special ceremony on Remembrance Sunday to dedicate an Armistice tree at Chadlington Memorial Hall, to mark 100 years since the end of WW1. Prayers were led by Rev’d Mark Abrey, followed by a selection of war poems, read by Parish Council Chairman Howard Rowley, Cllr Tony Allan,David Payne and Sue Haffenden. Inside the hall was an exhibition depicting the stories of local men who were involved in the conflict.

The men’s stories now appear in a commemorative booklet , ‘In a Foreign Field’, which is on sale for £5 from Cafe de la Post and Chadlington Quality Foods, with proceeds going to the Royal British Legion. The booklet, researched and written by Debbie Betts and Sue Cox, and edited and compiled by Nina Morgan, contains a reminder that there are still more wartime stories to tell. Debbie Betts will continue to compile information about the Chadlington servicemen, and you are invited to add any information of your own. Contact details in the booklet.
















November in Chadlington: If the colder weather has you spending less time in the great outdoors, you might want to consider the new Chadlington Quiz season; this year taking place at the Bowls Club. New teams are welcome–check the Calendar for more information.The dark evenings are also a great opportunity to curl up with a good book from the new Chadlington Book Exchange. Everyone is welcome to put in and take out books on the shelves in the bus shelter near Café de la Post.There are guided walks for those who still want to venture out into the fresh air. Details of these can be found on the Calendar. 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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