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Churchill and Sarsden Villages website: http://www.churchillsarsden.com

A comprehensive website that details everything there is to know about Churchill and Sarsden villages. It gives the history of the villages, information about the community, where to stay and places to eat.

The Oxfordshire Cotswolds website: https://www.cotswolds.info/oxfordshire-cotswolds.shtml

This has visitor information about attractions and accommodation in the local area. 

West Oxfordshire District Council website: http://www.westoxon.gov.uk

Experience Oxfordshire website: http://experienceoxfordshire.org

WhereWeCanGo: https://www.wherecanwego.com


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Other local museums to visit nearby are:

Chipping Norton Museum: http://www.oxfordshiremuseums.org/?p=268

Charlbury Museum:  http://www.charlbury.info/community/42
 
 
Interested in historical mysteries?  See the website about Anne Hughes' Diary which tells the story
of local Sarsden author Jeanne Preston and an 18th century diary in Oxfordshire.

From Our Guest Book

  • "Lovely spot, so grateful this part of the old church was saved."

  • "Beautiful restoration, very nicely done! Unexpected hive of information."

  • "Fantastic, absolutely first class. Most interesting and informative."

  • "Excellent to have this centre as a focus for Churchill's history - especially in relation to William Smith."

  • "Why haven't we been here earlier? We shall certainly return!"

  • "Beautiful setting, very peaceful & informative"

  • "Congratulations to all on this initiative.  So well-organised and user-friendly."

  • "Such a wonderful enterprise. The locality should be proud of it."

  • "A fascinating visit. William Smith was a wonderful man! "

  • "Very good new interactive displays, very comprehensive."

  • "What a lovely treat to stumble upon. Thank you for preserving a part of our Heritage"

  • "A little gem I didn't know existed."

  • "Great building, well restored. Charming!"

  • "A fine chance discovery"

  • "A fascinating display in a very beautiful setting."