Deddington Things to Do
Rebuilt in 1806, the town hall building existed on this site as long ago as the early 1600s. It stands on open arches with an area underneath where village notices are located. This is an ideal place to wait for a bus back to Banbury or Oxford (especially if it's raining)!
This passageway links the High Street to the Market Place. It was the home of the last bakers in Deddington.
The original part of the Church of St Peter and St Paul dates back to the 13th century. It was being extensively refurbished on my last visit and is the major landmark of the village.
Horse Fair, Deddington, Oxfordshire, OX15 0SH, uk
Good for: Solo
Favorite thing: Deddington was granted this pretty and colourful Coat of Arms in 1994 during a fine ceremony in the Market Place. The Arms can be seen in relief on the end wall of Deddington Town Hall.
If you want to find out the meaning of each of the elements of this coat of arms, visit their website:
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