A small village in the county of Oxfordshire, Chinnor lies just below the Chiltern slopes and has been a major centre for artists in years gone by. Mainly a residential area for people who work in the nearby town of Thame, as well as London and Aylesbury, Chinnor hosts a number of festivities including an annual beer festival that brings in plenty of people during the summer months. The village still has thatched cottages that show off traditional forms of home-building while places like the village hall and public library are important landmarks in this small area.
A major cement-producing part of England in years gone by, modern day Chinnor is home to a variety of smaller companies and single-owner business, many of which work out of small office spaces and executive suites. GJF Electricals has an office here while Beverley Vernon AICB offers accounting and financial services around the area. There are a number of marketing companies in the village along with sales & marketing consultants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Chinnor boasts a number of live-music venues including Chinnor Musical Theatre, which has numerous live-performances throughout the year. The Theatre & Dance School also hosts to a number of events in the performing arts arena while Cineworld is close by for fans of the big screen. There are plenty of restaurants for lovers of British cuisine with the likes of The Sir Charles Napier and The Peacock Country Inn providing traditional dishes to patrons. Coriander Leaf is a place that serves authentic Indian food for those looking for something a little spicier.
Chinnor is connected to the Chiltern Main Line via Chinnor Railway Station. This allows commuters to get to Thame and even London with ease and convenience. The B4009 runs right through the area, connecting the village to the A4129, A40 and A4010. The M40 also runs close to the village while London Heathrow Airport provides the nearest link to national and international air transport.