Wytham Village


Wytham, a small but thriving village, lies 4 miles north west of Oxford City Centre. Owned by the Earls of Abingdon for several hundred years, Wytham is now owned by Oxford University.

Despite having a population of only about 120, Wytham village attracts many visitors who come to see this special, un-touched place. They comment on the tranquility of the village and its rural setting despite its proximity to Oxford and to main road communications (A34 and M40).

The village boasts a village shop, All Saints Church, and the world-famous Wytham Woods (known for its long term research projects based on its unique woodland environment).

Wytham Cricket Club plays at the Wytham Village Hall, and Wytham players can usually be found at the White Hart.