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Hardwick, West Oxfordshire


The former St Mary's parish church;
now Cokethorpe School chapel
Hardwick is located in Oxfordshire
 Hardwick shown within Oxfordshire
OS grid reference
Civil parish Hardwick-with-Yelford
District West Oxfordshire
Shire county Oxfordshire
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Witney
Postcode district OX29
Dialling code 01993
Police Thames Valley
Fire Oxfordshire
Ambulance South Central
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Witney
List of places

Hardwick is a village in the civil parish of Hardwick-with-Yelford in West Oxfordshire. The village is on the A315 road about 2.5 miles (4 km) southeast of Witney. It lies on the River Windrush.

Hardwick was historically a hamlet or chapelry in the ancient parish of Ducklington. It became a separate civil parish in 1866. In 1932 the parish was merged with the parish of Yelford and large parts of the parishes of Ducklington and Standlake to form the civil parish of Hardwick-with-Yelford.[1]


  1. ^ Crossley, Alan; Currie, C.R.J. (eds.); Baggs, A.P.; Chance, Eleanor; Colvin, Christina; Day, C.J.; Selwyn, Nesta; Townley, Simon C. (1996). A History of the County of Oxford.  
  • Oxfordshire. Street Atlas. London: Philip's. p. 118. 
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