Salford is a parish and village in North Oxfordshire close to the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire borders. It is a small village with a church, St. Mary’s, and a pub, The Salford Inn. It is about a mile and a half west of Chipping Norton along the A44 Chipping Norton to Moreton-in-Marsh road.
The name of Salford originates from a crossing in the London turnpike road and an old salt track from The Midlands salt mines.
Just outside the village are two spring-fed trout fishing lakes which were created out of the local marshland.
Salford Village Hall is an attractive venue and available for hire.
To access local information click on Local Links.
Click here to access the Local Plan for West Oxfordshire.
Salford Parish Council: Top row L-R, Steve McBride (Chairman), Nick Hill (Deputy Chairman), Nigel Colston; Bottom row L-R, Rachel Caldin, Carol Ross (Clerk), Hilary McGlynn.
Salford Parish Council Meetings
Our meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in Salford Village Hall. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information click on 'The Council' link at the top of the page.
The next meeting will be on Tuesday, 11th June.
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The latest edition of Centrepoint can be viewed here.
Singing for a Cuppa for the Over 50s! Come and enjoy an informal sing-along - always great fun and completely stress-free! Meetings are on the 2nd Friday of each month between 2.30 and 4.30pm in Salford Village Hall. £2 inclusive. Further information from Doreen Herrington, 01608 642853.
A Village Hall Social took place on the evening of Friday, 29th March, 2019. You can see photos of this event on the Photos Page (Home drop-down menu).