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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01993 | code search
Postcode: OX18 | code search
Population: 20100
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Folk Customs:
Boars Head Feast
Hunting the Mallard
Magdalen College Oxford Outdoor Sermon
Needle and Thread Ceremony
The Bampton Morris

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Beehive
"I went to this pub today for lunch with. 8 year old granddaughter. I was seen at the bar by a barmaid (don't know her name, she was short) she ..." More

Beehive
"On a visit to friends living in Carterton they took me for a night out at the Beehive public house which is situated in Carterton town centre. I have ..." More

Beehive
"A great place to be. I love it, the carlsberg is great cant wait for some more.

Date visited: 7 October 2006 ..." More

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Carterton is a relatively new town in Oxfordshire and is the second largest in West Oxfordshire. It is about 5 miles west of Witney. In the 1770s the land in the northern part of the town was acquired by the Duke of Marlborough. Rock Farm was built in about 1823, with a yard in front and two matching threshing barns, one of which is now St Joseph’s Church. The present settlement dates back to the 19th century when part of the estate was sold to William Carter. Carterton grew rapidly during World War II due to its proximity to RAF Brize Norton airbase, the largest employer in the area and the main RAF transport base in the country. There are many shops within the town centre, including 2 supermarkets, and there is a market every Thursday. The town has a varied mix of housing, some of which belongs to the MOD. It has a leisure centre with a 25m swimming pool, children's pool and a fitness suite. A new north eastern district of the town has been built, together with a new primary school, and work has begun to build a local shopping centre. There are two pubs within the town, The Beehive and Ye Olde Aviator.

Dentist

Broadshire Dental Practice
Dental Centre

Doctor

Dr J Udden
The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Chancellors Black
David Richings
Taylor & Marlow

Health and Fitness Club

Carterton Leisure Centre

Pub and Bar

Beehive
Osprey
Ye Olde Aviator

Restaurant

Shamiana Restaurant
Ye Olde Aviator

School

Carterton Primary School
Edith Moorhouse Primary School
Gateway Primary School

Solicitor

Dunning Anderson

Taxi

Ace Taxis (Carterton)
Always Taxis
Carterton Taxis

Charlie's Taxis Ltd
Phils Taxis
S & N
Twoways Taxis

Sports Clubs

Carterton Town (Amateur Football)
Kilkenny CC (Cricket)

Shops

Lloyds Pharmacy

Places to Stay near Carterton

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The Vines Hotel and Restaurant (0.18 miles)

The Vines Hotel and Restaurant

Set in the picturesque village of Black Bourton near Burford, “The Vines” has long been acclaimed for its fine dining in elegant surroundings. It is an ideal location for those on business in ... More | visit website

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The Coach House (0.18 miles)

The Coach House

A beautifully converted Cotswold stone stable block on the edge of the Oxfordshire village of Bampton, The Coach House has three extremely elegant en-suite rooms. Equipped with great attention to detail they have Egyptian cotton ... More | visit website

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Chilli Pepper (2.77 miles)

Chilli Pepper
Chilli Pepper is located in the beautiful Cotswold village close to many attractions. horse ridding, polo, Cotswold wild life park, Darcy Dolton way, many more walks near by, cycling.
25 minutes from Oxford or Cheltenham.
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Swan Inn (3.17 miles)

Swan Inn
If you try and imagine the most beautiful English Country Pub you could do no better than The Swan at Swinbrook. Two miles east of Burford by a bridge on the River Windrush rest this ... More | visit website
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Burford Lodge Hotel & Restaurant (3.34 miles)

Burford Lodge Hotel & Restaurant

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Reminiscent of its beginnings as an elegant country residence, this Victorian hotel has undergone a remarkable refurbishment. Chosen for leisure, business or romance; Owners Graham and Paula Cox have taken ... More

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Mill and Old Swan (3.54 miles)

Mill and Old Swan

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Set in 60 acres of grounds near Oxford, on the banks of the River Windrush, the Mill and Old Swan is the perfect setting in which to relax and offers ... More

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Cotswold Gateway Hotel (3.60 miles)

Cotswold Gateway Hotel

The Cotswold Gateway is a family run hotel set in the heart of Burford which is situated in the historic Cotswold region of England. This charming hotel, bar and restaurant is ideally located for ... More | visit website

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The Bull at Burford (3.72 miles)

The Bull at Burford

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The Bull at Burford has been an Inn and has been receiving visitors since 1610. Famous visitors have included Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton (The room they used, The Trafalgar ... More

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Burford House (3.78 miles)

Burford House

Dating from the 17th century, Burford House is a eight bedroom town house situated in the lovely Cotswold town of Burford. Inside the atmosphere and ambience have a special quality, offering the comfort of a ... More | visit website

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Bay Tree Hotel (3.81 miles)

Bay Tree Hotel

Dating from 1584, the Bay Tree - a member of Classic British Hotels, was the home of Sir Lawrence Tanfield, a politician during the reign of Elizabeth I. Situated in picturesque Burford 'The Gateway to ... More | visit website

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