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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

The harvest has come early to Chadlington and in many fields the crops have already gone. At last there has been some rain and despite the lack of sunshine verges, fields and gardens have sprung back to life. It’s still warm and the sunshine is expected to return for a few weeks, so enjoy what’s left of summer in this beautiful part of the Cotswolds.


The last of the major summer events nearby is the Big Feastival in Kingham. If you prefer your summer entertainment a little less crowded and more low key then there are plenty of local events continuing, including guided walks, films and cream teas. In Chadlington itself the Tite Inn and Cafe de la Post offer more informal opportunities to socialise with friends and neighbours. Just click on the ‘Businesses’ page above for more details.

The Bowls Club in Church Road has Club nights every Tuesday, where new players and spectators are welcome to enjoy the sport and the Bar from 6.30 p.m. For something a bit different The School of Medieval European Fencing will be continuing to meet in the Memorial Hall, also on Tuesday evenings, see their website to contact the organisers should you wish to find out more.

Finally, as your thoughts turn to the new season, maybe returning to work or school, you may like to prepare yourself by booking in for a ‘mindfulness for stress’ course run at the Chipping Norton Health Centre. More information is available here. You may also like to see the new Chadlington school website The Chair of Governors gave a wonderful description of the many and varied highlights of the previous year in the Parish Magazine, really summing up the ethos and achievements of a village school that we are very lucky to have.


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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