Oxfordshire, but not as we know it: this 17th century map by John Speed provides a fascinating snapshot of an age when the ‘Roll-rich Stones’ were thought to stand mid-way between ‘Longhanboro’ and ‘Enesham’. Look for it on the cover of the Eynsham Directory 2014 - more >>
Following a series of features on dog fouling, residents may find it helpful to know where the nearest bins are. As you will see, they are never far away. Green dots mark the litter bins and blue dots mark the dog waste bins. Please let us know if any are incorrectly marked.
Eynsham artist Jane Tomlinson has created a hand-drawn map of the village, featuring houses, activities, business and buildings as well as history and nature. A great gift for anyone who loves Eynsham - more >>
Click on any link below for a preview map of Eynsham, with downloadable file and related feature. For a complete list of maps consult the Document Archive.
21/05/2013 Eynsham Village Tour with new images
04/04/2013 Green Travel Map - Eynsham
14/12/2012 In the making: Eynsham Art Trail
27/03/2012 Abbey Fishponds Location Map
27/03/2012 Access, industrial estates, central car park
27/03/2012 Eynsham Housing, amenities, pubs etc
27/03/2012 Eynsham Street Map
13/12/2011 Meeting places & halls for hire - now with Street View
12/08/2011 Eynsham Listed Buildings - plus interactive map from 2013
31/12/2010 Indicative floodplain
18/10/2010 Facilities around Eynsham Lock
18/08/2010 Central shops and services
03/04/2009 Eynsham bus stops & routes - 18, 18A; S1, S2
05/07/2008 Carnival Route Map - parade & shirt race
22/01/2008 New Woodland at Eynsham Lock
01/10/2006 Rights of way - central & south; north; west
16/09/2006 Gravel restoration proposal
01/01/2002 Eynsham Abbey Heritage Trail
An interactive map of every public building, with links to contacts and features for (almost) every one of them. First introduced in summer 2010 but now with Google Street View! Click on the link and see for yourself.
Classified listings for over 80 “open door” businesses , accompanied by diagrammatic maps of the village centre and surrounding area (shown here). Created in summer 2010 for the Eynsham Business Network.
For more detailed information, continuously updated, visit our Central Shops & Services >>
An imaginative plan for public art in Eynsham, leveraging funds from developers to enhance our local rights of way. The chosen trail (2 km / 1.25 miles) is to the east of the village, running beside the allotments, over the dismantled railway to the Wharf Stream bridge and on to the Thames. This map was also published in issue 12 of Eynsham News. Full text follows below.
A fascinating route with a rich history, which, apart from the Wharf Stream crossing, is largely invisible. Unique artworks, designed by local residents, have been used to bring the history of the route to life. Why not come and see for yourself ...
ACCESS: There is no parking in the immediate area of the start of the Wharf Stream Way at Hazeldene Close. Please make use of car parks in the village centre from where it is a short walk to the start point at Hazeldene Close. There is a mobility gate at the start and no stiles along the route. It is flat but does tend to be uneven and can be muddy. The bridge at Wharf Stream crossing has a step. For more information call 01993 861080.
OCC includes this map in its draft plans for dealing with minerals and waste up to 2030, in the context of a shrinking role for the district - read more >>
Still the residential qualification for Eynsham Consolidated Charity, the “Ancient Parish of Eynsham” covered all of the present parish and part of Freeland too.