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Appleford Parish Council

Appleford-on-Thames is a village and civil parish on the south bank of the River Thames about 2 miles (3 km) north of Didcot, Oxfordshire. It was part of Berkshire until the 1974 local government boundary changes. The 2011 Census recorded the parish’s population as 350.

Evidence of Romano-British settlement has been found in a field south of the parish church plus ceramics and human burials of the same period at Manor Farm. In 1968 the Appleford Hoard of 4th-century Roman artefacts was found. It includes Roman coins, pewter ware, and ironomongery including tools, a chain and a padlock. The hoard is now in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Information Alert - New Relief Road & River Crossing

Do you know how the major new road, river crossing and housing developments will affect you?

Appleford Parish Council (PC) wish to share the latest information on proposed relief road that will run parallel to the village.

Read more here.

What can you do?

Given the significant impact that these plans will have on our village, Appleford PC has created a working group to conduct a Village Survey and support open communication channels between the village, OCC, and other stakeholders. 

A confidential and anonymous on-line Appleford Village Survey. It can be completed on PC, Tablet or Mobile Phone. Paper copies will be provided on request, with care taken to maintain compliance with Covid guidelines and anonymity.

Book the Village Hall here

We will soon be able to offer online booking for village hall hire.

All bookings will be confirmed by the administrator.