Historic Cotswold Village

Stonesfield is located within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; about 12 miles north west of Oxford, between Witney, Woodstock and Charlbury. This charming village is in easy reach of the M40 and is just a few miles away from railway stations (Charlbury or Long Hanborough) with direct train services to London.

The architecture in the village is highly varied, with many old Cotswold stone properties (roofed with locally mined slates) mingled with late 20th Century buildings, and several properties currently in construction.

At the centre of Stonesfield stands the 13th century church of St. James the Great, its bell tower clearly visible above the surrounding buildings. There is also a Methodist chapel.

The village has a thriving community and excellent facilities for its population of around 1500. Shops include a post office, hairdresser and general stores. There is a primary school and pre-school. Lively clubs and societies regularly use the Village Hall, the Sports and Social Club, and the St James' Centre.

Stonesfield Parish Council has produced a produced a 32 page welcome pack to help for new residents settle more comfortably in their new homes and the village.
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Stonesfield Folk Dance Group

Meets Wednesday’s weekly 8pm – 10pm at the Village Hall, Field Close, Stonesfield. OX29 8HA
Here we enjoy English Folk & Country Dancing from the 17th Century to the present day. From slow & elegant to the more lively dances. Experienced callers walk through the dances several times before dancing to mostly live music.
Everyone is welcome, come alone or with a partner. The first month is free and then £2.50 per week to include Tea & Biscuits. A warm welcome awaits you!
See our club page
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See notice of the Stonesfield Parish Council's Part Funding to support development of this site in 2012.

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