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Being only a few miles from junction 8 of the M40, Restoration Works is ideally situated for those visiting Oxfordshire and interested in ceramic and china restoration.with nearby attractions of Oxford City, Bleinham Palace, Stratford Upon Avon and Warwick, and London only 50 miles away.

Directions by Car:

  • Come off the M40 at Junction 8 and turn onto A40 for about 4.5 miles to the Headington Roundabout. Go straight across and continue into Headington.

  • At the traffic lights, turn left intoWindmill Road and continue until you reach traffic lights at a crossroads, then turn left into Old Road, until you go over the Motorway bridge.

  • Take first right onto THE RIDINGS, keep going until you see a track on the left to Mulberry House.


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Travel by rail or coach to London, Warwick, Banbury and other places of interest. There are frequent departures daily from Oxford - click on the links below to go direct to timetable information.

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Why not visit
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  • London - Places to see, places to stay...

  • Oxford -Where to stay in Oxford
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    - one of the most visited and historic cities in Britain and home to the famous University.

  • Stratford-Upon-Avon - famous home of William Shakespeare

  • Blenheim Palace - One of England's most magnificent stately homes. The birth place of Sir Winston Churchill. From just outside the delightful little Cotswold town of Woodstock the view across the lake of the palace set in its beautiful park was described by Churchill's father as 'the finest in England'.

  • Warwick Castle - The Warwick Castle web site is packed full with 1000 years of excitement, historical facts and useful information, so start exploring...

  • Churchill's Bladon - In July 1895 Winston wrote to his mother: 'I went this morning to Bladon to look at Papa's grave . . . . I was so struck by the sense of quietness and peace, as well as by the old-world air of the place that my sadness was not unmixed with solace . . .Visit the churchyard where Sir Winston Churchill is buried at Bladon on the edge of the Cotswold

 

 

 

       
     
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