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                     THE BLACK SHEEP

              FORMERLY THE BEN JOHSON
              
   THE BLACK SHEEP IS CLOSED AT PRESENT
               FOR A MAJOR RENOVATION.
      THE OWNERS ADVISE THAT REOPENING
      IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SUMMER WHEN
        THE FORMER NAME MAY BE ADOPTED.
                         GREAT NEWS !




                         THE CHEQUERS
        
         VERY ATTRACTIVE FAMILY RUN PUB
           ALSO WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
                   IN GOOD WEATHER!
           EXTENSIVE MENU WITH DAILY
                            SPECIALS 
            KITCHEN CLOSES AT 9.00 PM


                  

                    THE OXFORDSHIRE WAY
                 
              This 65 mile long route passes
                  through scenic landscape
         on its way from Bourton- on-the-Water
                  down to Henley-on-Thames.
            Wonderful walk covering both the
                Cotswolds and the Chilterns.
                Join it at the top of our lane!



           
                       BICESTER VILLAGE

              Bond Street
comes to Bicester! 
               Discover your favourite British
                   and international brands
           offering end of season collections
             at prices reduced by up to 60%

      Bicester
Village is fun to just walk around
      and you may even find a fantastic bagain!


                       
                       BLENHEIM PALACE
              
             Set amidst breathtaking parkland
                  in the heart of Oxfordshire,
      the Palace is a priceless National Treasure
                  and a World Heritage site.

                Visit the Churchill exhibition
  which includes the room where the great man
 was born and enjoy walks in the wonderful park
  landscaped by "Capability" Brown in the 1760s



                 WADDESDON MANOR
   
   Waddesdon was built by Baron Ferdinand
       de Rothschild for entertaining and to
       display his outstanding collection of
                     art treasures.
    It has one of the finest Victorian gardens
              with a wonderful parterre.

        Bequeathed to the National Trust,
   both houseand garden are open to the public



                      ROUSHAM PARK

          Rousham and its landscaped garden
      is a later work of William Kent (1685 - 1748)
             and the beautiful gardens remain
                  almost as Kent left them.

            The garden is open to the public
         throughout the summer and provides
          wonderful walks in a tranquil setting
                 along the river Cherwell.
       The house is open at advertised times.