London news Village on River Thames 79 minutes away named 'most beautiful' Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - This fairy-tale village in a leafy conservation area can be reached from London in under 2 hours
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The quaint and pretty village enjoys a 'picture box setting' on the bank of the River Thames outside Oxford.
The Iffley Lock - the famous starting point of Oxford University's rowing regattas - crosses the River Thames near the village, next to a popular pub. Local residents' group Friends of Iffley Village told Fine and Country: “Iffley is proud of its long history and varied landscapes including a weir and lock and the ancient and magnificent St Mary’s Church in its spacious churchyard. "It boasts a huge variety of buildings constructed over the past nine centuries, which greatly contributes to its much-valued village atmosphere.”
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