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Kidlington Parish Council
Exeter Hall
Oxford Road
Kidlington
OX5 1AB
01865 372143

Welcome to Kidlington Parish Council.

Your first stop for local information.

All you need to know about the council and its activities...

The local Kidlington business directory

An up to date listing of events in and around the Kidlington area.

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Use this form to get in touch with us if you have any questions or if you have comments, improvements or suggestions

A list of useful local contacts

Quick Links

Exeter Hall:

Stratfield Brake

Planning

Brief details of recent local applications are available here

To make a planning application and also get advice:-

You can also view planning applications there

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Kidlington Parish Council

This Parish Council Web Site aims to

  • Communicate, keeping those who live and work here up to date with events and local issues.
  • Promote the services, organisations and activities of this thriving village community
  • Help people find information about what is going on in Kidlington and search for up to date information from the various council committee meetings.
  • Consult, giving you the chance to contribute your views and opinions on local matters.

This is an evolving site and there is much more to develop.

Kidlington:

  • Lies just 5 miles north of Oxford and close to major national routes including the M40 (View Map...)
  • Is the second largest village in England with a population of over 17000
  • Was originally called Cudelinga tun, derived from the tun (Anglo-Saxon word meaning settlement) of the Kidlings or sons of Cydel-hence.

Can you contribute?

If you are a member or representative of a local club, organisation, service or business and wish to keep everyone informed about your area of interest, why not enrol as a member of the site.

Authorised members are able to maintain their own area of the site and can use it to publicise forthcoming events or changes.

Register here >>