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Welcome to New Residents

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Welcome to Visitors

Lower Heyford and Caulcott have been described as “two hidden secrets of the Oxfordshire Wolds“. They are wonderfully located north of Oxford, with all the cultural and historical significance this has to offer.

They have tremendous access to some of the finest countryside – with great views, lush pasture, cattle, sheep, swans, horses, all year round walking trails, a rich history themselves, and one of the finest examples of Capability Brown landscaping in private ownership – Rousham Hall and Park – is right on our doorstep.

They are close to the former hunting grounds and magnificent palace at Blenheim. The Cotswolds are a short drive away as are the market towns of Chipping Norton, Stow-on-the-Wold and Banbury.

Lower Heyford and Caulcott have so much to offer, beauty and peace, and yet are more relaxing (and convenient) than their more Westerly counterparts. Of course, we’re also just 15 minutes from the shopping joys of Bicester Village too!

This is our village website – intended for parishioners and visitors alike. Navigate your way around with the contents menu on the left and the search box at the top. We hope that you will find it useful. If there’s something you expected and couldn’t find – PLEASE let us know so we can add it in the future.


Latest Items

  • 2017 AGM – King George’s Field The Trustees of the King George Playing Field in Lower Heyford hereby give notice of the 2017 Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday 21 November 2017 at St Mary’s Church, Lower Heyford at 7pm for a 7.30pm start All residents of Lower Heyford and Caulcott over the age of 17 are welcome to attend and ...
  • Trees and Overhead Wires Please be aware that recent power cuts in Lower Heyford have been entirely due to trees coming into contact with overhead wires and causing a short circuit. SSE are aware of this problem and have attempted to contact owners of properties where overhanging trees are causing problems. SSE have, however, been refused entry to some ...
  • Vacancy for Parish Councillor – May 2017 LOWER HEYFORD PARISH COUNCIL The Parish Council has a vacancy for a councillor. If you have skills to offer, can commit to attending one meeting per month and would like to know how to make a difference to YOUR village, please contact the Parish Clerk, Cathy Fleet, by emailing parishclerk.lowerheyford@gmail.com or by phoning 01869 347000 and ...
  • Wed 17 May 2017 – Mid-Cherwell Neighbourhood Plan Forum PUBLIC MEETING OF THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN FORUM
  • “Lower Heyford Village School and its three remarkable women” by Peter Deeley Local author, Peter Deeley, has produced another book about an aspect of the history of the village.