Little Coxwell is a picturesque village, situated in the Vale of White Horse.
In the centre there is a pub (The Eagle Tavern), a 12th century church (St Mary the Virgin), a red phone box and a post box.
The village was originally part of Royal Berkshire but came within Oxfordshire when the county boundaries were redrawn.
The nearest market town is Faringdon, which lies on the old coaching road between London and the West Country.
Further information can be found on www.littlecoxwell.org.uk and the Oxfordshire villages website.