Views around Alvescot Village

Alvescot
Alvescot

B 4020 through Alvescot towards Bampton, Black Bourton & Clanfield

Alvescot Village
Alvescot Village

A view along the B 4020 towards Carterton & RAF Brize Norton. To the left is the Bus Stop, Car park & entrance to the Village Hall & also our lovely well maintained Play areas. to the right before the bus stop is the road of Mill Lane leading to the School then church

Village sign post
Village sign post

Alvescot Village sign post - Village Hall, Church, Mill Lane

Village Hall
Village Hall

Alvescot Village Hall

St Peter's C of E School
St Peter's C of E School

St. Peter's C of E School

Play area
Play area

Play area towards the MUGA

Play area
Play area

The enclosed Play area of Swings, Slide, Climbing frame with Chip Bark surface. There is also a wooden bench for the adults to rest whilst the young play.

St. Peter's Church
St. Peter's Church

Our church which has gone under allot of recent modernisation & necessary improvements

Start of the Bridleway, Lower End
Start of the Bridleway, Lower End

Start of the Bridleway, Lower End From the right hand fork

Oakey Close, Lower End
Oakey Close, Lower End

Oakey Close, Lower End, Alvescot

Lower End
Lower End

Lower End, walk with ease through the field (Chandlers Close) past the Chestnut Tree to the left hand fork of Lower End. The gate was put into place early 2015 as the stone wall was getting broken with the many people & dogs that used to get over it. thanks to the farmer - Ralph Mawle for doing this which ensures we keep to the paths provided

Lower End
Lower End

Lower End going back into the village from the right hand fork. Take care when driving round this blind bend as you never know when you will meet one or two of the many horse riders come to have a hack in our beautiful countryside