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Place to visit via Kidlington
Kidlington is a large village and civil parish in Oxfordshire, England, between the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal, 5 miles (8 km) north of Oxford and 7.5 miles (12 km) south-west of Bicester. The 2011 Census recorded the parish’s population as 13,723.
Kidlington has about 50 shops, banks and building societies, a public library, a large village hall and a weekly market. There are seven public houses, two cafes, and four restaurants. The pubs are concentrated along the main A4260 road through the village.
Kidlington has had a brass band since 1892, with earlier foundations dating back to at least the 1850s. The current band, Kidlington Concert Brass, was founded by the merger of Kidlington Silver Band and Oxford Concert Brass in 1992. It presents regular local concerts and has competed nationally in the highest grade for many years.
Kidlington Football Club is a semi-professional side founded in 1909. Its first team plays in the Evo-Stik League South Division One Central and its reserve side in Uhlsport Hellenic Division One West. Kidlington F.C. also runs an under-18 youth team that plays in the Allied Counties League and a U16 team. All four teams play and are based at Kidlington F.C.’s ground in Yarnton Road.
Kidlington railway station
Kidlington’s railway station opened as Woodstock Road Station on the Great Western Railway, near Langford Lane in 1852. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The Great Western Railway added a branch line between Kidlington and Woodstock in 1890, and a new Blenheim and Woodstock railway station at Woodstock, renaming Woodstock Road Station as Kidlington Station. British Railways closed the station in 1964. The station building remained in 1983.
Church Street, Kidlington
The three-bedroom stone detached cottage situated in one of Kidlington’s most sought-after roads leading to St Mary’s Church and countryside walks beyond. The property is ideally located only a short distance to bus stops to Oxford and Oxford Parkway and within a few minute’s walk to the village center. The property has a fitted kitchen/dining area, spacious sitting room, study, cloakroom and family bathroom, gas central heating, and an enclosed courtyard garden.
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