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Tadmarton, Oxfordshire

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Tadmarton, Oxfordshire

Tadmarton is a village and civil parish about 4 miles west of Banbury, Oxfordshire. The Church of England parish church of Saint Nicholas is early Norman. The building was enlarged and the bell tower added in the 13th century. {{#invoke:Footnotes|sfn}} The church is a Grade I listed building. The tower has a ring of six bells. Four were originally cast early in the 17th century, but two of these were re-cast in 1923 and 1939. A fifth bell was added in 1761 and the treble was added in 1947. {{#invoke:Footnotes|sfn}} The manor house has a 15th century barn, believed to have been built for Abingdon Abbey. {{#invoke:Footnotes|sfn}} Tadmarton has one public house, the Lampet Arms.
DistrictCherwell District
Post townBanbury
Administrative CountyOxfordshire
Traditional CountyOxfordshire
OS GridSP3937
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
RegionSouth East
CountryEngland
Police AuthorityThames Valley
Fire and Rescue AuthorityOxfordshire
Fire and Rescue AuthorityOxfordshire
Ambulance AuthoritySouth Central
Dialling code01295
Population430 (2001 census)
 

Other names by which Tadmarton, Oxfordshire has been known in the past

Tademertone

Tadmarton, Oxfordshire in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Tadmarton, par. and vil., Oxfordshire, 5 miles SW. of Banbury, 2070 ac., pop. 357; P.O. at Upper Tadmarton. At Tadmarton are an ancient camp and 2 tumuli; Roman coins have been found.

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