Kings Sutton Online

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King's Sutton Online


Welcome to our village website.
This site continues to be a resource for many people both at home and
abroad.  All of your input is invaluable.  The site is sponsored by the King's Sutton Heritage Trust and is
funded by donations,  mainly from individuals residing in the village.  
Please be aware that ALL content and
 links provided are done so on an 'as is' basis and no responsibility is accepted fo
r the use of this site by any

person. Please enjoy the site and if possible interact by sending items for inclusion.          



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Website Updates as of
18th Feb 2015

1. Home Page 18/02
2. Stats updated 18/02
3. Business Page 18/02
4. Home Page 09/02
5. Business Page 09/02
6. Home Page 17/01
7. Home Page 08/01
8. Page Stats 08/01
9. Home Page 12/12
10. Arts and Crafts 12/12

Click on Village Tour to see more interesting aspects of our heritage... 
 Village Tour

Total Visitors since 1st Jan 06.   Send the web link to friends and relatives to keep them up to date with news about King's Sutton.


Did you know..

Prior to 1894 the parish affairs were dealt with by the Vestry Meeting whose members elected Overseers to carry out duties on its behalf. The Parish was responsible for the relief of the poor, maintaiinance of roads and the appointment of a Highway Surveyor and two Parish Constables.  Their final meeting was in 1941.

For further details see.....
History Archive

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More Details  

The village of King's Sutton ( The place name means the King's south estate.) lies at the southernmost tip of Northamptonshire and the border of Oxfordshire. We have great transport links by both road and rail to London, Oxford and Birmingham as well as being close to the Oxford Canal. For the discerning tourist we are easily within range of Warwick, Stratford and all that the Cotswolds has to offer. Historically wealthy, we take great pride in the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, the legend of St Rumbold dating back to 662, our very own natural bog spring and the Astrop Spa, discovered in 1664.  (See our History Archive for a wealth of further information)

  The Kings Sutton Forum.  Share your views. Assist others.
 National Rail Enquiries  Banbury Guardian      
 Chiltern Rail Enquiries  Banbury Museum
 AA Road Watch  Banbury Cross
 Bus Time Tables  Oxford News
Property in King's Sutton Directions to King's Sutton

Please make an effort to Support this Village Website by  sending information about Events, Memories and Photos etc for publication to

Website Statistics and Notes For 11th Jan 15 - 12th Feb  15   Now Over 104000 visitors

                                      290    Visits    721  Individual Page views     
As at today some 88% of our visitors are based in the UK, however other visitors view the site from many countries worldwide (12% from 9 Countries).  Visitors are 71% New and 29% returning viewers. The main interest is currently centered around the Newsround, History Archive and Photo Archive pages but followed closely by the Business and the Village Hall pages .   Newsround is usually the first page people look at due to access to Local, national and International press coverage.
Notes about recent updates.....
1. Home Page updated ....18th Feb 2015
2. Business Page updated with new information about the Iron Maid'n service
3. Stats updated.............18th Feb 2015

Spotlight on...  
History Archive....The essence of the Historical Archive is to bring together as many of the articles, photos, memories as can be found or donated and present them on this site for furure generations.  It is a time consuming task and care is taken to make sure everything published is in its original format as much as possible. Your assistance can be minimal but have a great impact if you can forward information or photos regarding times past.  Send any details to


                            King's Sutton Parish Church...The Pulpit

                                                             ( See more on the History Archive pages )