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The local area guide to living in Great Rollright

Just north of Chipping Norton, the quaint village of Great Rollright is set high on a hill and enjoys panoramic views across the valley.

Local residents enjoy attending the monthly market in the village hall. There are a range of stalls featuring locally sourced produce, homemade breads and pastries alongside handmade crafts and much more. The monthly market strengthens the great sense of community in Great Rollright, as well as the charitable nature of the residents, with several proceeds donated to charity. The village also hosts a Thursday Club in the village hall. The club aims to provide a nice atmosphere for local residents to enjoy chatter, board games, bingo and tea and biscuits.

The village is home to an attractive array of period stone cottages and a medieval church. St Andrews Church features a wonderfully caved Norman doorway and beautiful 14th century tower and font. The church is well loved by the residents and it is kept in a very good condition.

The nearby Rollright Stones are a favoured destination by tourists. The stones consist of an ancient tomb 5,500 years old, a solitary standing stone and a late Neolithic stone circle. Wild myth claims that the standing stone is a king petrified by a malevolent witch, the circle of stones his suite and the great slabs of the tomb are whispering knights plotting against him.

Information about the local residents

As per the 2011 Census, Great Rollright has a population of 502. The village has a high social grade average of AB, consisting of higher and intermediate managerial, professional or administrative positions. When considering the Kingham, Rollright and Enstone district as a whole, 41.6% have level 4 qualifications or higher. The district also has a high employment rate with over 83% of the population being economically active.

The majority of the Great Rollright population own their home outright or with a mortgage. Most of the houses are inhabited by two adults or families with one or two children.

The median age of the population of Great Rollright is older than the national average, at 42 years. The area can be considered less ethnically diverse than the UK average, with 98% of the residents being from a white background.

Nearby schools

The village is proud to be home to an excellent primary school, the Great Rollright Church of England Primary School, rated ‘Good’ across all categories by Ofsted. The primary school is popular among residents all around the Chipping Norton area, with several students travelling in from other towns.

There are more schools in and around Chipping Norton, such as Hillcrest Park School, which was also rated by Ofsted as ‘Good’.

Getting around

The village has a great bus service, with the 477 to Chipping Norton and Banbury bus stopping by on an hourly basis every day excluding Sunday. Most of the local residents prefer to drive as there is easy access in and around the village by car. There are no train stations in the immediate area, with the closest rail station being Kingham, which can be accessed by car or from Chipping Norton by bus.

Local shops

One of the most favoured and most visited shopping destination in Great Rollright is the family run Farm Shop with a Plant Centre and Tea Room. The farm shop is particularly noted for its tasty homemade ice cream which you can enjoy while seated in its relaxing and homely tea room.

The town of Chipping Norton is a short bus or car journey away and boasts a wide range of both high street and independent shops, as well as supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and bars.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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