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New Hinksey

New Hinksey
New Hinksey is located in Oxfordshire
New Hinksey
New Hinksey
 New Hinksey shown within Oxfordshire
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Civil parish unparished
District Oxford
Shire county Oxfordshire
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Oxford
Postcode district OX1
Dialling code 01865
Police Thames Valley
Fire Oxfordshire
Ambulance South Central
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Oxford West and Abingdon
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New Hinksey is a suburb in the south of the city of Oxford.

Geography

The suburb is west of the Abingdon Road (A4144). To the north is Grandpont and to the east, over Donnington Bridge, which crosses the River Thames, is Cowley. To the west is the railway line between Oxford and Didcot Parkway and beyond that Hinksey Stream, a branch of the River Thames.

Amenities

The original EG Bruton and built in 1870.[1] In 1900 it was demolished and replaced by one designed by the Scots architects William Bucknall and Ninian Comper.[1]

New Hinksey Church of England Primary School is on Vicarage Road, beside St. John the Evangelist church.[2]

There is a large outdoor public swimming pool[3] in Hinksey Park[4] between New Hinksey and Grandpont.

History

The suburb of New Hinksey was developed in the 19th century. Until then the area was covered by water meadows. New Hinksey was in Berkshire, in the parish of South Hinksey, until 1889, when it was absorbed into the city of Oxford.[5] It remained in the ecclesiastical parish of South Hinksey, which is now called the parish of South with New Hinksey.[6]

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