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Eynsham Abbey | British History Online
Historical information on Eynsham Abbey from British History Online, taken from 'Eynsham - Site and remains of the abbey', pp.117-120, Alan Crossley, C R Elrington (Editors), A P Baggs, W J Blair, Eleanor Chance, Christina Colvin, Janet Cooper, C J Day, Nesta Selwyn, S C Townley (1990)
1st Saturday in July annually. All the fun of a village Carnival but 62 years experience of running an excellent day out. Also included a large Craft Fair which is expanding yearly.
Eynsham Community Website
Welcome to Eynsham's Community Website for people who think that Eynsham is the centre of the world (it is) The Community Website, is designed to celebrate Eynsham - you could think of it as the "Fans' Website", complementing the official (Parish Council) site.
Eynsham Hall - Wikipedia
Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed mansion  near North Leigh in Oxfordshire. Built in 1780 as a Georgian house, it was renovated to a Jacobean style mansion in 1906 by the Masons family who took residence in 1866.
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