Private Eye magazine 
features Didcot History Trail in their 14 November 2014 issue
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Council fail to save archaeology sites for future. FOR THE LATEST click here

Paths to the west of Didcot have been well-used by walkers for as long as anyone can remember. Didcot dog walkers call one of the footpaths the Didcot Dogmile - its official name is D21! 

Oxfordshire County Council took the controversial decision to build on the site, consisting of high-grade farmland to the west of Didcot before a public inquiry and when little was known about the archaeology.

This website is a record of the land, the planning process and the archaeology. 
It has been created by Didcot residents.

Also known as Great Western Park (GWP)
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Miranda Creswell: Didcot Dogmile ExhibItion
Why develop these fields for housing?
Planning process
Because it’s Didcot

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85 years of expansion - Click here to see Didcot as it was in 1928
For more recent Didcot photos see the Social Landscape or Didcot Click here
Download the 2014 Residents’ History Trail Proposal

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Save Our Sites
Archaeology Campaign
Fabulous farmland, much loved walks and
spectacular archaeology dating back 9000 years
So why are 3,300 new homes being built here?
on BBC, plus Oxford Mail and Didcot Herald
Didcot to expand by 10,000+ new homes 
over 20 years - click here for more