Chipping Norton

Chipping Norton is a market town in the Cotswold Hills in the West Oxfordshire district of Oxfordshire, England, about 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Banbury and 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Oxford.

Read more about Chipping Norton:  History Until The 17th Century, History From The 18th Century Onwards, Government, Notable Residents, Amenities, Transport

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Tie The Knot - Race Record
... Dye 1st - Kidman's Cove Won 27 Feb 1999 Chipping Norton Stakes Warwick Farm G1 1600 m 58 S ... Dye 1st - Sunline Won 18 Mar 2000 Chipping Norton Stakes Warwick Farm G1 1600 m 58 S ... Payne 1st - Sunline Won 10 Mar 2001 Chipping Norton Stakes Randwick G1 1600 m 58 P ...
Banbury And Cheltenham Direct Railway - Closure
... Blocked-off entrance to the Hook Norton tunnel ... In 1951 British Railways withdrew passenger services between Chipping Norton and King's Sutton and closed all intermediate passenger stations on that section of line ... In 1958 a landslide at Hook Norton caused freight services to be discontinued between Hook Norton and Chipping Norton ...
Chipping Norton, New South Wales - Schools
... Chipping Norton has two schools ... They are Chipping Norton Public School and Newbridge Heights Public School ...
Ascott Earl
... Witney County Constituency Towns Burford Signet Upton Carterton Charlbury Chipping Norton Southcombe Witney Cogges Madley Park Woodstock Hensington Old Woodstock Large Villages Aston, Cote, Shifford ... Nether Worton Over Worton Former Districts and Boroughs Chipping Norton Rural District Municipal Borough of Chipping Norton Witney Urban District Witney Rural District Municipal Borough of ...
Chipping Norton Castle
... Chipping Norton Castle was a timber Norman motte and bailey castle which stood to the north west of the town of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire ...

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