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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.


January in Chadlington


The New Year has bought some much colder weather to Chadlington but it’s time to brave the elements, venture out and enjoy what our community has to offer once again.




Regular activities resume in the Memorial Hall in the next couple of weeks. Yoga, Bridge Classes, Medieval Fencing, Chipping Norton Society for the Blind and Brownies are all still on offer. A new Pilates class is also starting this month. See the Village Hall page for details of bookings and how to contact activity organisers.

Other activities on offer include the weekly afternoon teas, organised by our wonderful local Good Neighbours group and the Wychwood Chorale rehearsal sessions every Tuesday during term time. Both these events take place in St Nicholas Church.

You could also spend a little time getting together a team for the next village Quiz, to be held on 10th February, and mugging up your general knowledge. See the Calendar for how to enter.

This month can be a quiet time after the festivities but in Chadlington if you still feel like getting together with friends and neighbours, you can get along to Cafe de la Post anytime during the day for light refreshments or for a Friday night supper. On 25th January there is a special Burns Night Supper, when a wee dram will be supped and even possibly some poetry read. You can also enjoy a visit to the Tite Inn, just for a drink or to sample their extensive menu for lunch or dinner.


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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