About 2 miles from Faringdon lies the village of Littleworth it has a pollution of only a few hundred and is about 4.5 miles east of Oxford.
The local church of the Holy Ascension has rested on the same site since the 12th century and the current church which was built around 1839 was built on the foundations of its predecessor.
There are two windmills about 300 yards from the Hamlet, one was a post mill that burn down in 1975 and the other (Littleworth Mill) dates back to 1671 and is an octagonal shaped tower that has been rebuilt and reequipped a number of times over the years.
An extension of the Wycombe Railway from Thame to Oxford was built through Littleworth in 1864, British Rail was responsible for closing the line and Wheatley Station in 1963.
Littleworth has one public house called the Cricketer’s Arms and is a free house. There is no record on the internet of a local store or shop in Littleworth but there are plenty close by.
There are plenty more shops less than two miles from Littleworth but the above 4 are a good selection for normal shopping and supplies. Even though Littleworth may feel a little rural due to its size there is plenty to do close by, being so close to Oxford itself there is an array of bars, blubs, pubs and most importantly great restaurants and eateries. If it is a day out wit the kids you are looking for then you are again spoilt for choice.
There are many more attractions and places to visit close by to Littleworth and if you are stuck for something to do then a simple search will reveal a banquet of suggestions.
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