Witney is a thriving market town with around 27,000 residents in over 10,000 households making it the largest town in West Oxfordshire. The town of Witney, world famous for its blankets, dates back to AD969, though there is some evidence of Iron Age and Roman settlements in the area. Witney is the largest town in the district of West Oxfordshire and has a population of roughly 27,000. With FREE PARKING and a unique blend of history, culture and shopping it's a great destination for visitors and a wonderful place to live.
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Witney has a unique blend of shops from large chain stores including WH Smith, Boots and Waterstones to the many smaller shops that have a presence in the town such Rapture and The Old Pill Factory.
Witney has a unique blend of shops, from large stores including Waitrose, Currys PC World, WH Smith and Waterstones, to many smaller or independent shops such as Rapture and The Old Pill Factory.
Burford Orchestra's Spring Concert
Come and listen to a live performance of Mozart's oboe concerto (soloist, Andrew Gray), Beethoven's rousing Egmont Overture, and the wonderful second symphony by Sibelius - all very (fashionably) conducted by conductress, Rhian Frankcom. The conce...
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