Chalgrove is a village in South Oxfordshire, about ten miles southeast of Oxford in fact.
The B480 passes through and is an attractive alternate route between Oxford and Henly-on-Thames Chalgrove is also home to the former Second World War airfield (Chalgrove Airfield) which opened in 1943, it was used by the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces during the war and was mainly a combat reconnaissance airfield.
The Village of Chalgrove have their own website www.chalgrove.info and perfectly houses plenty of information including new, events, weather and things to do, if you were interested to find out more about Chalgrove then the website is an ideal place to start.
For younger residents there are traditional activities like Rainbows, Brownies, Girl guiding, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
Events in Chalgrove consist of an annual festival which is of course the largest free event in the village and it takes place the first bank holiday in May.Other events include.
There are some shops in Chalgrove but if you were thinking of doing a larger shop then a Taxi with Royal Cars in to Oxford might be in order although the smaller stores will accommodate your day to day needs and consist of.
There is much more information about Chalgrove on the website and if you are looking for things to see or do while visiting Oxfordshire then it is certainly worth taking a look.
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