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Wytham is a very attractive, very “Olde Worlde” village of thatched cottages situated to the west of Oxford. Owned by  the Earls of Abingdon, for several hundred years, it was bequeathed to Oxford University along with the surrounding woodlands in 1942. There’s only 120 residents but the village sustains a church, shop and rather nice pub, the White Hart.

Wytham Woods are used for ecological and other research by the University, but they also allow access by the public for leisure purposes.

Deep in the woods there’s a small studio which is used by “Artists in Residence“, Robin Wilson and Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley,



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