Much of the hill-top village of Leafield is spread around a large village green at the western end of the village, and really the village green dominates the village. Until the mid-19th century Leafield was surrounded by the Wychwood Forest. Now the village is surrounded by a patchwork of fields although a small area of forest still exists at nearby Cornbury Park.

The village church is the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, built in the mid-19th century. Near the church is a medieval preaching cross which was renovated in 1873 when a new shaft and top were added as a thanksgiving for the village escaping a smallpox epidemic. For information about the Church of St. Michael and All Angels click here.

Leafield is midway between the valleys of the Rivers Windrush and Evenlode, about 4 miles north-west of Witney.


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