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

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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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Can you lend a hand?

Volunteers prepared to help set-up the market day stalls in the Church are needed. Set-up is on Friday before each market day from 16.30–17.00, and clear away on Saturday from 12.30–13.00. You would be very welcome, no experience required, just a sense of humour and a willing hand! Contact George Fenemore (338203) for more details or just turn up.

Hunt for relatives of Deddington born Sgt Frank Jarrett (1885-1916) - whose dog tag was discovered by a metal detector in Surrey and whose name is missing from our memorial - was covered by the Banbury Guardian and Oxfordshire's Freeview Channel 8, 'Thatsoxfordtv'. We are now in touch with descendants of Frank.

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