Deddington

OXFORDSHIRE
ENGLAND


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Deddington = meaning an estate associated with a man called Daeda. Known as Daedintun around 1050-2, and Dadintone by 1086.

To travel by road to Deddington, take the M40 and exit at Junction 10 (one hour and five minutes from London approx, 55 minutes from Birmingham approx). Take the B430 to Middleton Stoney, turn right at the traffic lights there on to the B4030. Carry straight on to Lower Heyford, and turn left at the crossroads towards the railway station, still on the B4030. When you reach the traffic lights at Hopcrofts Holt, turn right on to the A4260, and carry straight on until you reach Deddington.