Witney

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Witney is a thriving market town in Oxfordshire, just off the A40 Cheltenham to Oxford road.

The MP for Witney, David Cameron, is the current leader of the Conservative Party.


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Witney town centre is compact and can easily be covered on foot. Even the surrounding housing estates are just a brisk 15 minute walk from the town centre.

See[edit]

  • Witney Market
  • Holy Trinity parish church
  • Town Hall
  • Razor Hill (Tower Hill)

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Drink[edit]

Witney is home to the Wychwood Brewery, and many of the beers which it produces are available around the town. Priced around £2-3 per pint or bottle.

Sleep[edit]

Witney has a few hotels. The Marlborough overlooks the Market Square in the town centre. The Witney Hotel and the Fleece Hotel, a great gastro pub can be found nearby on the beautiful Church Green.

   Oxford Witney HotelDucklington Lane +44 (0)01993 779 777fax: +44 (0)01993 703 467, e-mail: . This 87 rooms hotel of the Four Pillars chain is on the outskirts of town, just off the A40/A415 roundabout. It offers modern 4 star rooms and a good on-site spa and pool. £90-185.

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