Witney, Oxfordshire, England, Great Britain

Witney is a historic market town on the River Windrush, 12 miles west of Oxford in Oxfordshire, England. The place-name "Witney" is derived from the Old English for "Witta's island". The earliest known record of it is as Wyttannige in a Saxon charter of AD 969. The Domesday Book of 1086 records it as Witenie. Refresh UK's Wychwood Brewery has brews real ales in the Eagle Maltings. In 2021 WOT Group submitted a bid to the Department for Transport's 'Restoring Your Railway' Ideas Fund for a grant to develop the case for a new railway in the A40 corridor 'Building a better-connected West Oxfordshire, transforming the wider Oxford economic region' as part of an Oxford Metro advocated by Railfuture.

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Witney has a population of over 27,520 people.

Witney is twinned with: Unterhaching, Germany • Le Touquet, France.

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