Web Sites associated with the parish of Chilton

Chilton, Oxon (Berks before 1974) Web Sites

Chilton is an old village, one of the most southerly parishes of Oxfordshire, located on the Berkshire Downs in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just to the North of the Ridgeway National Trail. The parish is divided into 2 parts by a four lane highway, the A34.

Residents traditionally earned their living by working on the flat area known as Chilton Field and lived in the hillier part to the East. There are several parts to this page:

Web Sites for Chilton Field

These scientific establishments grew out of the RAF Harwell which was built in Chilton and Harwell during the Second World War.

The following sites are built on Chilton Field but are not large scientific establishments:

Sites associated with All Saints' Church

Other Sites associated with Chilton

Other useful Sites

The Oxfordshire site has entries regarding businesses and contacts in/near Chilton and other useful info, but it is not always alive.

To find your way here, or see where we are, link to the multimap site, this gives you a general map of the UK and a Search box, in which you enter:
this finds 3 places, the 3rd one is Chilton, Oxfordshire, where we live. Click on that and you can see a map where you can zoom in to see some of the street names.

Page last updated 21 June 2018
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