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COVID-19

All COVID-19 related news for the village can be seen via this page.

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Village Life ...

There are many things to do in an around Dorchester. VIllage life is rich, there is plenty to see and do and our history is rich...

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Accommodation

There are many hotels and guest houses in and around Dorchester, where you can enjoy a pleasant break in friendly, pleasant surroundings...

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Eating Out

Dorchester is rich in places to eat out, whether in the day time or the evening. Some of our restaurants have won awards for their food too...

Our News, Articles and Posts

  • Wallingford Garden Club News

    April 15, 2021

    During the Covid epidemic WGC has not disappeared! We have not been able to meet but as you would guess like many, we have been […]

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  • New public freedoms at Dorchester on Thames, Oxon

    April 14, 2021

    Full article can be read on: https://www.oss.org.uk/new-public-freedoms-at-dorchester-on-thames-oxon/?fbclid=IwAR19eXH597i1rGJMVnAd0EZ1zg6iymgHOCwokJqm8I8bgTbymE8IupJRUBc
    We are celebrating new greens and paths at Dorchester on Thames in Oxfordshire, after a long campaign which we […]

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  • Tennis Club News

    April 13, 2021

    Junior Tennis Lessons
    Every Wednesday Evening, commencing 9th June for 6 weeks.
    £9 per session

    4:30-5:15 = 4-7 year olds
    5:15-6:00 = 6-9 year olds
    6:00-6:45 = 9-11 year olds
    6:45-7.30 […]

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  • Dorchester Museum News

    April 12, 2021

    We’re opening again very soon! Come in and see us!
    We’re reopening the Museum on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May, 2.00-5.00pm
    (subject to government guidelines)
    After that, […]

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  • Parish Council Meeting : 14th April

    The Agenda for this weeks parish council meeting is now available to read on the usual agenda page Council Agendas Continue Reading...
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Our charming, historic village sits at the confluence of the rivers Thame and Thames, just 9 miles south of Oxford. As well as being a marvellous place to live, it is also the ideal centre for exploring some of England's finest countryside, loveliest villages, stateliest of homes and oldest seats of learning. The Chilterns, Berkshire Downs, Blenheim, and Henley, as well as Oxford are all within easy reach.
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