Living in Wheatley, you’ll have everything you need on hand: local shops, village facilities, and a great sense of community.
Wheatley is a thriving community and one of the few villages close to Oxford with so much to offer. Local shops include a good local butcher’s, an artisan bakery, supermarket, convenience stores, a pharmacy, post office, hairdressing salon, cafe and several public houses. There’s a Waitrose in nearby Headington, four miles away, which is on the bus route to Oxford and another branch in Thame, around eight miles away.
If you’re shopping for your daily needs, there’s a branch of the Co-op opposite the development and for a huge range of artisan bread and cakes, there’s Cornfield’s, a family run, independent craft bakers where you can also learn to make your own bread. Wheatley also has a farm shop: an independent, family-run business with a garden centre, plant nursery, locally produced ranges of chutneys, jams, local honey, farm fresh free-range eggs and a cafe serving specialty coffee and cake.
The Merry Bells, built as a temperance hotel in the 1880s, houses the library and has become a significant community centre. There’s also a dental surgery and a medical practice with an excellent reputation.
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