Welcome to the Parish of Deddington, Oxfordshire
Three villages in one parish

On the edge of the Cotswolds is the Parish of Deddington, Clifton and Hempton. Easily accessible from the M40, it's ideal for a cultural visit, shopping or sports - Oxford, Stratford, Blenheim Palace, Bicester Village and Silverstone are all within easy reach. With its picturesque honey-coloured houses, history dating from Saxon times, plenty of social activity, a thriving business community and places to stay, it’s a great place to live, work or visit.

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Arm18RedRemembrance Day, Sunday 11 November 2018

One hundred years on from the signing of the Armistice to end World War I, Deddington, along with many towns and villges in the UK, held a special Remembrance Day. In the pic left the President of Deddington RBL, Major David Hood MC (Ret'd) takes the salute. Standing next to him is 'our' WWI soldier, specially created for the event and modelled on Pte Archie Gomm (d. 1917). Leading the parade is branch Chairman, Commander Rob Forsyth RN (Retd), and the standard is carried by Sgt Mark Hollingworth. (Pic courtesy Richard Broadbent)

The Deddington branch of the Royal British Legion has gone the extra mile to mark the centenary of the end of World War One for the village. A metal soldier silhouette designed by the branch chairman and made by a Deddington ironworker is standing proudly on the village green. While clear-plastic soldier silhouettes are filling seats in the Church of St Peter and St Paul to represent the 70 men from the village who died during the war.

Read more at: https://www.banburyguardian.co.uk/news/deddington-going-the-extra-mile-to-mark-wwi-centenary-1-868793

The Deddington branch of the Royal British Legion has gone the extra mile to mark the centenary of the end of World War One for the village. A metal soldier silhouette designed by the branch chairman and made by a Deddington ironworker is standing proudly on the village green. While clear-plastic soldier silhouettes are filling seats in the Church of St Peter and St Paul to represent the 70 men from the village who died during the war.

Read more at: https://www.banburyguardian.co.uk/news/deddington-going-the-extra-mile-to-mark-wwi-centenary-1-8687936

9.Nov18RedNovember issue of Deddington News

features a special cover remembering the 70 men from this parish, as well as the millions of others who fell before World War I ended at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918 - 100 years ago on the second Sunday of this month, see also p9 of DN (cover illustration by John Price).

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