|South Oxfordshire District|
Location in Oxfordshire
|region||South East England|
|surface||678.53 km² (57.)|
The district was formed on April 1, 1974 and arose from the merger of the municipal boroughs Henley-on-Thames and Wallingford, the urban district Thame and the rural districts Bullingdon, Henley and Wallingford. The Wallingford area was previously part of Berkshire County .
The district is divided into 87 parishes ( Civil Parish ):
Of these, 75 have their own, Aston Tirrold and Aston Upthorpe have a joint parish council. The remaining 11 do not have such a body; instead, residents' assemblies take place. Didcot, Henley-on-Thames, Thame and Wallingford are small towns ( Town ), accordingly the council there is called Town Council .
- Official website of the District Councils (English)
- Statistical data based on the census on the site of the 2011 Office for National Statistics (English)
- District South Oxfordshire in the database of the Ordnance Survey (English)
- Parish council contact details on the district website, accessed March 29, 2018