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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Oxfordshire"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Oxfordshire is a lovely county about 50 miles from London.
  2. Oxfordshire is in the diocese of Oxford, and contains 244 ecclesiastical parishes or districts, wholly or in part.
  3. Oxfordshire is easily accessible from London by train and coach, making it an ideal destination for a day's cycling.
  4. Oxfordshire is blessed with a variety of fantastic cycling routes.
  5. South Oxfordshire is a local government district in Oxfordshire, England.

Bradley Smith

  1. Bradley Smith (born Oxfordshire), is an English motorcycle racer, currently competing in the 125cc Grand Prix World Championship.

Cotswolds

  1. The Oxford Belfry Hotel is the ideal location to explore all the tourist attractions and countryside of Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.

Several Top Independent Schools

  1. Several top independent schools in Oxfordshire have revealed they may ditch A-Levels within two years for a new diploma.

Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

  1. ISIS neutron source, particle accelerator at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire, UK. IS-IS, internet communications routing protocol.

Headington

  1. Headington was a rural district in Oxfordshire, England[ 1] from 1894 to 1932, based on the Headington rural sanitary district.

Enstone

  1. Renault F1 is coordinated from the team's UK base at Enstone, Oxfordshire where the chassis are designed and built.

Leafield

  1. In March 1996, the Arrows team was bought by TWR Group owner, Tom Walkinshaw, who moved the entire operation to new headquarters in Leafield, Oxfordshire.

Chinnor

  1. Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway - Travel on seven miles of this ex-GWR branch line in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

Dorchester-On-Thames

  1. Dorchester-on-Thames is a village on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England.

Nettlebed

  1. After the war, Peter Fleming retired to squiredom at Nettlebed, Oxfordshire.

Cholsey

  1. The Cholsey and Wallingford Railway is a 2.5-mile (4 km) long standard gauge heritage railway in the English county of Oxfordshire.

Oxfordshire County Council

  1. Oxfordshire County Council also provides lots of information on walking opportunities throughout the county.

Stagecoach

  1. The Stagecoach in Banbury brand, used for local buses in and around the town of Banbury in Oxfordshire.
  2. From 1 July 2002, the Oxford and Banbury brands were merged to become Stagecoach in Oxfordshire.

Goring-On-Thames

  1. The lock is located between the twin villages of Goring-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, and Streatley, Berkshire, and is adjacent to Goring and Streatley Bridge.

Oxfordshire Way

  1. The Oxfordshire Way splits in Charlbury with one branch running north of the railway and the other south.

Witney

  1. Wychwood Brewery is an English brewery located in the town of Witney, Oxfordshire.

Oxfordshire Countryside

  1. The Cropredy Festival is a friendly celebration of English folk music set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.

Oxfordshire Village

  1. A charming, riverside, Oxfordshire village, five miles from Wallingford and nine miles from Oxford, Dorchester-on-Thames is steeped in history.

Northern Oxfordshire

  1. Touch FM is an Independent Local Radio station broadcasting to the town of Banbury and northern Oxfordshire, in the English Midlands.

Bicester

  1. Bicester Town is one of two railway stations serving the town of Bicester in Oxfordshire; the other being Bicester North.
  2. Bicester has a history going back to Saxon times, and is currently one of the fastest growing towns in Oxfordshire.

Cherwell District

  1. Bodicote is a village and civil parish in the Cherwell district of Oxfordshire, England, on the southern fringe of the Banbury urban area.
  2. Lower Heyford is a village and civil parish in the Cherwell district of Oxfordshire, England.

Famous

  1. The Thames Path, Oxfordshire Way and The Chilterns - famous now for the Red Kites - are all just a stone through away from Lenwade.

Works

  1. Frank Underwood is a folk and blues musician, also well-known for work in the early music field, who presently lives and works in Oxfordshire.

Bridge

  1. We set out the next morning to water at the watering point just south of the bridge, then moored up by Oxfordshire Narrowboats for diesel.

Walk

  1. We will walk our stretch of the Oxfordshire Way to Beckley where we will meet up with the Oxon Weekend Walkers who will have walked from Waterperry.

Parliament

  1. David was elected as the Conservative Member of Parliament for the Witney constituency in West Oxfordshire in June 2001.

Articles

  1. Christ Church Meadow: Visit TripAdvisor, your source for the web's best unbiased reviews and articles about Christ Church Meadow in Oxford, Oxfordshire.

Start

  1. Chiquitos is a very variable place that has suffered from the departure of the Oxfordshire based American forces personnel at the start of the 90s.

Schools

  1. Only eight schools do not have a sixth form; these are mostly in South Oxfordshire and Cherwell districts.

Owner

  1. Blanc is the owner and chef at Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, a hotel-restaurant in Great Milton, Oxfordshire, England.
  2. The boat coming down was owned by the owner of Oxfordshire Narrowboats, those very smart blue boats with fresh paintwork.

Family

  1. Boothby Baronets refer to a family of baronets descended from the Royalist Sir Henry Boothby of Clater Cote, Oxfordshire (d.
  2. The family was descended from Edward Wilmot of Witney, Oxfordshire, whose son Charles (c.
  3. Pitches: 40 Save to Brochure Greenhill Farm is a family run site situated in the heart of the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.

Home

  1. It was here that I met a young lady whose home was Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire.
  2. Park St - Woodstock - Oxfordshire - OX20 1SZ Picturesque Woodstock is home to one of England's oldest and prettiest hotels.

List

  1. For a more complete list of settlements in the county see List of places in Oxfordshire.
  2. This is a list of settlements in both the non-metropolitan shire and ceremonial county of Oxfordshire, England.

Time

  1. The boundary between Oxfordshire and Berkshire was also moved at that time.

Surrounding Area

  1. Lucy Hale lived in the Abingdon area of Oxfordshire, England, and served the Spiritualist Churches in the surrounding area.
  2. Map Banbury is located in northern Oxfordshire and is a significant commercial and retail centre for the surrounding area.

Hamlet

  1. Sonning Eye is a hamlet on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, in the civil parish of Eye & Dunsden, at the very southernmost tip of Oxfordshire.

City

  1. Oxford, Oxfordshire, is a city in England, famous for its university, the University of Oxford, which is commonly referred to simply as Oxford as well.

Local Government

  1. LOCAL government across Oxfordshire is being destabilised by renewed talk of the county council being scrapped.

Midlands

  1. Working closely with Network Rail, we are going to create a new main-line railway for the people of Oxfordshire and the Midlands.

Son

  1. Mike Hailwood was born at Great Milton in Oxfordshire, the son of a millionaire Oxford car dealer.
  2. Frederick Whitaker was born at the Manor House, Bampton, Oxfordshire, on 23 April 1812, the son of Frederick Whitaker, a deputy-lieutenant of the county.
  3. Sir John Soane was born at Whitchurch in Oxfordshire, the son of a mason, in September 1753.

Barrichello

  1. During this time, and also early in his Formula One career, Barrichello lived in Banbury and Cumnor, Oxfordshire, UK.

Abingdon

  1. Kate Garraway (born in Abingdon, Oxfordshire on May 4 1968) is a British television news presenter.
  2. The Oxford Journal, a free newspaper, has been based in Abingdon for many years and was formerly called the South Oxfordshire Courier.

County Town

  1. Oxford is a city, and the county town of Oxfordshire, in South East England.

Line

  1. The line between Oxford and Bletchley closed to passengers in 1968 but a service to Bicester calling at Islip, Oxfordshire resumed in 1987.

Vale

  1. North of the Ridge is the River Thames, which forms the boundary between the Vale of White Horse district and West Oxfordshire.

Hampshire

  1. Agreements are in place with Hampshire and Oxfordshire for bridges over the Rivers Enborne and Thames respectively.

Categories

  1. United Kingdom > England > Oxfordshire > Banbury
  2. Civil Parish
  3. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Oxford
  4. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Buckinghamshire
  5. Cities > Capitals > London > River Thames

Subcategories

Banbury
Bicester
Cherwell
Thame

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