Their size and shape range greatly due to the nature of the building — Room 40 offers generous space and a wide bathroom. All rooms have high, comfortable beds and views of the grounds. A two-minutes walk from the hall is another accommodation block, The Lodge, built in the s, which are a part of the Eynsham Hall offerings. The rooms here are more functional, being similar in size and style to a Premier Inn. Guests here still get full use of hall facilities. The menu has a modern-British feel, offernig the likes of potted rabbit, baked Dorset snails and a very good roasted guinea fowl.
History[ edit ] The Watlington area is likely to have been settled at an early date, encouraged by the proximity of the Icknield Way. The toponym means “settlement of Waecel’s people ” and indicates occupation from around the 6th century. In the town’s market was listed as being held on a Saturday. The number of licensed premises increased until late in the 19th century when George Wilkinson, a Methodist bought six of them and closed them down.
Today Watlington has three public houses: Its upper room was endowed by Stonor as a grammar school for boys, and in Dame Alice Tipping of Ewelme gave a further endowment to increase the number of pupils.
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History[ edit ] Wallingford grew up around an important crossing point of the River Thames. The place has been fortified since at least Anglo-Saxon times , when it was an important fortified borough of Wessex with the right to mint Royal coinage. It was enclosed with substantial earthworks by King Alfred the Great in the 9th century as part of a network of fortified towns known as burhs or “burghs” to protect Wessex against the Vikings. These defences can still be clearly discerned as a group of four roughly square areas around the centre of the town and are probably the best preserved such fortifications in England.
Wallingford became the chief town of Berkshire and the seat of the county’s Ealdorman. During the Norman conquest in , the Anglo-Saxon lord Wigod allowed William the Conqueror ‘s invading armies to cross the Thames unopposed from west to east in order that his army might march on Berkhamsted , where he received the English surrender before marching on London.
At that time, the river at Wallingford was the lowest point at which the river could be forded. The town subsequently stood in high favour with the Normans.
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The Oxfordshire Way from Kingham A station-to-station walk from the Gloucestershire border This is a one-way walk with a difference: This ensures that you won’t be stuck waiting for a train at the end of the walk! You can start the walk at one of three stations: Kingham 11 miles , Shipton 7 miles to Charlbury , or Ascott-under-Wychwood 5.
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Oxfordshire business mentoring group celebrates 10 years Mike Jennings with guests at the Mentors celebration. Jennings Business Mentors invited their clients and volunteer mentors to mark the occasion at Monument Business Park at Chalgrove earlier this month. Since it was founded by Mike Jennings in , the not-for-profit Oxfordshire organisation has supported more than local firms.
At the 10th anniversary celebrations, Mr Jennings thanked the mentors for their commitment. It is business owners supporting business owners, and in a way where everyone learns and takes something positive from their meeting.
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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAerial footage shows the site of the collapse at Didcot One person has died and three people are missing following the collapse of a building at Didcot A Power Station. A major incident was declared at the site in south Oxfordshire after initial reports of an explosion at Thames Valley Fire Control Service confirmed the fatality and also reported four people were injured in a “very severe incident”.
The decommissioned Didcot A plant closed in and demolition work has been taking place. Image copyright Nigel Brady Image caption Former power station employee Nigel Brady took these images before and after the collapse An Npower spokeswoman said: Our thoughts are with the families of all those involved in this tragedy. Oxfordshire’s Chief Fire Officer, Dave Etheridge, expressed “absolute sympathy and deep thoughts to all the families involved”. The number being treated at the hospital was later confirmed by the fire service as five.
A further 50 people were treated at the scene for dust inhalation. Peter Cooke, BBC South Today Image copyright Reuters Didcot A stands quiet under a full moon, with the only noise the loud hum of generators powering large lights being used by search and rescue teams still slowly sifting their way through a 30ft deep pile of rubble.
Their work is slow and made all the more difficult by the near freezing temperatures. Many have been here since this incident started at Residents living nearby have become well used to buildings being demolished on the site since it was decommissioned in but these events were unexpected and have caused concern about the future safety of Didcot A. A m cordon is in place around the site and specialist search and rescue teams with dogs from Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and the West Midlands are searching a rubble pile that measures up to 30ft in height.
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Early history[ edit ] Wallingford grew up around an important crossing point of the River Thames. There is evidence of Roman activity in the area who have left traces of occupation—burials, roads, coins and pottery—but it was left to the Anglo-Saxons to build the first town. Dark Ages — [ edit ] Wallingford has been fortified since at least Anglo-Saxon times , when it was an important fortified borough of Wessex with the right to mint Royal coinage. It was enclosed with substantial earthworks by King Alfred the Great in the ninth century as part of a network of fortified towns known as burhs or “burghs” to protect Wessex against the Vikings.
These defences can still be clearly discerned as a group of four roughly square areas around the centre of the town and are probably the best preserved such fortifications in England. Wallingford became the chief town of Berkshire and the seat of the county’s Ealdorman. Medieval — [ edit ] Norman conquest [ edit ] During the Norman conquest in , the Anglo-Saxon lord Wigod allowed William the Conqueror ‘s invading armies into Wallingford to rest and to cross the Thames unopposed.
It is in Wallingford that Stigand the Archbishopric of Canterbury surrendered and submitted to William thereby all but ending opposition to William’s ascent to the throne.
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Book your Place Oxford Castle has history dating back nearly one thousand years. This is your opportunity to experience the confines of the 18th-century Debtors Tower, long corridors of cells of the Prison D-wing, the dark year old underground Crypt and the Well Chamber deep in the mound of the Castle Hill. There have been many reports of ghostly activity at Oxford Castle including; The Murderer Mary Blandy from walking the Castle Mound, a strange white mist has been witnessed rising up a flight of stairs only to dissappear in front of witnesses, ghostly footsteps have been heard along the Prison Wing corridor and loud thumping sounds from within the Padded Cell, plus many people have experienced the feeling of being watched and followed.
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The location places it within easy reach of London by road or train and party guests often travel from outside of Oxfordshire to attend. There are several good hotels and guest houses within a ten minute taxi ride and Oxford is less than ten miles away for those who prefer the attractions of a weekend stay in the beautiful university city.
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