The Parish

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Ducklington Camera

Thanks to St. Bartholomew’s Church we have managed to place a camera high in the tower with a good view of the village pond and green. Latest Image This image is updated every 30 seconds if the camera is active, if there is a problem with the camera (which there may well be) it will… Continue Reading Ducklington Camera

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Image (c) Graham Lenton

Ducklington Fritillaries

THE FRITILLARY MEADOW DUCKLINGTON MEAD SSSI The field is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and registered with Natural England (no. 1002036). The field is let to a local farmer with the condition that it should be sympathetically and traditionally farmed. The normal programme for this is that it is left vacant from… Continue Reading Ducklington Fritillaries

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The Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Ducklington Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations

[warning]This page does not contain current information. Sometimes we leave a page accessible in order to preserve information we consider to be worth retaining in the archive. The location of this page may change in the future.[/warning] About the weekend This page is your guide to what is going on over the Jubilee weekend. All… Continue Reading Ducklington Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations

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History of Ducklington

Ducklington has existed as a manor or parish since the middle of the 10th-century when it was granted by King Edgar to one of his ministers, and although the parish boundary has been altered over the centuries, the present parish retains the majority of the land granted by King Edgar. There is evidence for a… Continue Reading History of Ducklington

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Organisations

To add or amend links on this page please use the update form the Council is happy to provide a listing for any non-profit or charitable organisation based in or providing services to the parish of Ducklington. Ducklington Parish Council is not responsible for the content of any external site, views and opinions expressed on… Continue Reading Organisations

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Parish Statistics 2011

Population There are a total of 1581 people in the parish of Ducklington occupying a total of 645 households. The following two charts give some idea about who lives in the parish. Download 2011 gender data Male Female 784 797 Age of Ducklington Population Download 2011 age data 0-4 5-15 16-24 25-44 45-64 65-74 75+… Continue Reading Parish Statistics 2011

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River Status

Various parts of the parish of Ducklington are at risk of flooding from the river Windrush. The current flood status of the rivers is shown below. River Windrush from Bourton to Newbridge (includes Ducklington) River Windrush at Witney and Ducklington   More information More information on flooding can be found from the Environment Agency website… Continue Reading River Status

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Travel Information

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The village hall at Ducklington

Village Hall

Ducklington Village Hall can be hired for private functions – children’s parties, anniversaries, one-off meetings, etc. and for regular groups – dance and exercise classes, groups for education or pleasure for young and not-so-young. The main hall has a maximum capacity of 100 and an additional room (the Lilac Room, upstairs) is available for smaller… Continue Reading Village Hall

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