Towersey Area Guide

Towersey is a village and civil parish about 1+1⁄2 miles (2.4 km) east of Thame in Oxfordshire.

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Living in Towersey

Lying on the Phoenix Trail, a former railway line now given over and made popular by young families, cyclists, walkers and joggers.

Learning in Towersey

Located a few miles from Thame known for its amazing, non-selective, schools. Lord William’s School (ages 11-18) is a very popular school in the area. They have an extensive extra-curricular programme of clubs which makes a strong contribution to the students’ personal development! Lord Williams was rated as ‘Outstanding’ from Ofsted in the most recent inspection. There are three incredible primary schools to choose from should you move to the area, they are; Barley Hill Primary School, John Hampden Primary School and St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School. All have excellent ratings from Ofsted and are particularly sought after!

Relaxing in Towersey

Thame and is a small village surrounded by farmland with its own pub, The Three Horseshoes, an active village social community plus St Catherines Church which is set next to the green.

Highlights

Towersey has a public house, the Three Horseshoes. The village is the setting for the Towersey Village Festival which is a festival of folk music and dance. It was founded in 1965 and is held annually on August bank holiday weekend. Its foundation was followed by the foundation in 1966 of a Cotswold Morris side, Towersey Morris, which still performs today.

Local View

Having I have lived in Towersey for many years and it definitely feels like home. The residents are so friendly and everything you need is a stone’s throw away.

David Gilson

Lettings Director

David Gilson

Lettings Director