Welcome to Swalcliffe Fundraising

During 2022 we will be focusing most of our efforts into promoting the Play Park and the Community Village Hall. If you wish to get involved please email you details to info@swalcliffe.org.

The Annual Christmas Market

Swalcliffe Christmas Market

Saturday 3rd December 2022
At Swalcliffe Church
From 12 noon to 3.30pm
A festive destination to stock up for the Christmas season including:

Over 25 market stalls featuring unique hand-made gifts, children’s toys, beauty products, candles and decorations
Seasonal food – locally made chocolates, cakes and more…
German style bratwurst stall, mulled wine and mince pies
Raffle, tombola and surprise gifts!


Burns Supper Saturday 21st Jan 2023

Burns night 2023 Swalcliffe

Buy your ticket now!

Last few remaining and expected to go soon - so please contact Aileen on the email below. To see if there are still tickets available.

Email Aileen pandatoby@gmail.com


Want to pay by cheque or cash and Aileen has said there are the places available:

Drop off to Aileen at:
The Old Brickyard
Lower Brailes
OX15 5AF

Or to David Mclindon
The Old Bakehouse
Bakers Lane
OX15 5EN

Please make the cheques payable to Swalcliffe Village Fund


The Queens Platinum Jubilee - June 2nd to 5th

The Queens Platinum Jubilee

CLICK HERE to see all the details you need to know:

Egg rolling on Bank Holiday Monday 18th April 2022. Click here to view some images from the day.

Swalcliffe Village egg rolling race flyer 2022

Swalcliffe Christmas Market

Swalcliffe Christmas Market

Woodland play park Officially Open


Image by Colin Hill

Swalcliffe Park Equestrian

As part of this years more inclusive village we are including as many event within the village as possible please click here to see the event that will take place at Swalcliffe Park

Swalcliffe Tithe Barn

At the west end of the village stands Swalcliffe tithe barn, an impressive 15th century traditional Tithe Barn. Built in 1401-1407 this is considered one of the best examples of a medieval tithe barn in England and features an almost completely intact medieval timber half-cruck roof. The barn is open free of charge on Sundays from Easter to October and houses part of the Oxfordshire Museum's collection of traditional agricultural and trade vehicles and an exhibition of 2,500 years of Swalcliffe history. For more information please email