Berrick Salome Parish
The Parish is located in central south Oxfordshire and connected by
rural country lanes to Benson, Ewelme, Chalgrove and Newington. The open
fields on the southern edge of The Parish give an extensive view over
the Thames Valley to the long line of the Berkshire Downs, with the
isolated chalk ridge of the Sinodun Hills crowned by Wittenham Clumps,
as a focus in front of them. To the east, the foothills of the Chilterns
can be seen. The Parish is approximately one mile from the River Thames.
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The Parish is historically an agricultural community, comprising four
settlements: Rokemarsh, Roke, Berrick Salome and
Berrick Prior. These are arranged in a triangle, with
Rokemarsh located at the southerly corner, Roke at the south-east
corner, and Berrick Prior and Berrick Salome at the northern corner.
comprehensive description of the Parish is available on Wikipedia.
The Parish is in the course of preparing their Neighbourhood Plan, which
has a separate