Waddesdon Dairy Farmers

Dairy Farmers Waddesdon: Make use of the nifty map here to look for dairy farmers detailed in the Waddesdon village and neighborhood.

Click to Zoom Out

Find Local Dairy Farmers in Waddesdon Buckinghamshire

Dairy Farmers Tags: Waddesdon dairy farmers Bucks, Waddesdon dairy farmers reviews, Waddesdon area dairy farmers, Waddesdon dairy farmers required, Waddesdon dairy farmers Buckinghamshire, Waddesdon dairy farmers wanted, Waddesdon dairy farmers near me, Waddesdon dairy farmers available, Waddesdon dairy farmers services, Waddesdon dairy farmers businesses, Waddesdon dairy farmers jobs, Waddesdon dairy farmers needed, Waddesdon local dairy farmers and more.

Review of Waddesdon: A parish and small village based ten kilometres to the west of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is an age old farming area having a church originating from the thirteenth century. Widely known as the setting for the eye-catching Waddesdon Manor, conceived by the rich Rothschilds family in the Renaissance style of a sixteenth century French chateau (these days administered by the National Trust), Waddesdon has been largely an estate village since the late nineteenth century.

With a present populace of roughly 2,100 (2011), Waddesdon village today continues to be dominated by structures established for the Rothschild family (the Five Arrows hotel, the village hall, and dwellings built for manor employees). The parish (including Westcott, Woodham, Eythrope and Wormstone) covers close to seven thousand acres. In the old days connected to near by Aylesbury by means of railway, Waddesdon train station is long shut down and the village can just be gotten to by road (A41).

Waddesdon Manor BuckinghamshireThe Story of Waddesdon: Until the Norman conquest, Waddesdon was a Saxon settlement, the manor being possessed by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor was having a value of 27 hides and described as being possessed by Miles Crispin. Subsequently the manor of Waddesdon was to be granted to Henry of Oxford and subsequently to the Courtenay family, it swapped control again and again until ultimately passing to John 7th Duke of Marlborough. Art collector, politician & a well-heeled Austrian banking dynasty, Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, obtained the complete Buckinghamshire landed estate of the Duke of Marlborough in the 1870's, that included The village of Waddesdon.

Waddesdon Manor: The Renaissance style Waddesdon Manor House was consequently established by Ferdinand de Rothschild, replicating a 16th century French chateau, right down to the wine cellars. The estate and manor passed down to The Baron's sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, in 1898, when Baron Ferdinand passed away at Waddesdon Manor on his 59th birthday in 1898. Besides showing off the Baron's vast collection of tapestries, art and furniture, the Manor also functioned as a family residence. In the late 1950's, James de Rothschild died and the Manor became a well known tourism hotspot right after it was handed over to the National Trust. Waddesdon Manor boasts a world-renowned collection of French furniture, paintings and decorative arts, extensive landscaped gardens, a fantastic wine cellar, a Rococo style aviary, plant centre, online shop, meeting rooms, child's area, quality eateries, giftshops and even provides marriage facilities (The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor). Many different functions and events can be attended at the Manor all year round such as carol singing, food markets, art events, horticultural shows and wine tastings.

Over the centuries, Waddesdon survived as a primarily farming community and and also the modern name has been known diversely as Votesdone (11th C) and Woddesdon (fourteenth century). In the 18th century it briefly had a go at silk making, with a small factory being founded in 1843 providing an offshoot of a bigger factory in nearby Aylesbury. Pillow lace manufacturing was in addition carried out by a lot of the ladies of the parish in the middle to late 19th century. In approximately 1190 construction was begun on Waddesdon's St Micheal & All Angels parish church, the present tower replaced a 14th century one in 1892, the font dates from 1400.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Stunningly fabulous, the renowned marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Bucks, gives you a superbly enchanting back drop for your ideal wedding event anytime of year. Nestled in a peaceful waterside setting in the middle of marvelous gardens, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a charming private building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, expertly built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild during the nineteenth Century & for over a century the countryside retreat of the Rothschild household. You and your guests can enjoy an idea of their privileged lifestyle: outstanding food, fantastic wines, & professional service with total exclusivity assured. The fabulous Dairy at Waddesdon has a license for civil wedding ceremonies in the Wintergarden, under cover outside in the lakeside pavilion, within the West Hall and beneath the Antler Chandelier. Call: 01296 653226.

A selection of Waddesdon streets and roads: Frederick Street, Baker Street, Eythrope Road, New Street, Rectory Drive, High Street, Warmstone Close, School Lane, Wood Street, Anstey Close, Queen Street, Waddesdon Hill, Little Britain, Silk Street, Quainton Road, The Square, The Grove, Warmstone Lane, Goss Avenue, Grove Way, Sharps Close, Orchard Close, Chestnut Close, Rose Terrace, Taylors Corner.

You may uncover a bit more in regard to the village and neighbourhood by going to this page: Waddeson.

Get Your Dairy Farmers Business Listed: The simplest way to see your service showing on these listings, is in fact to head over to Google and get a directory listing, you can do this at this site: Business Directory. It could take a while before your business is found on the map, so begin without delay.

Popular search terms/keywords: Waddesdon subdivision, Waddesdon online shop, Waddesdon house, Waddesdon England, Waddesdon open evening, Waddesdon cricket club, Waddesdon aviary, Waddesdon estate, Waddesdon archive at windmill hill, Waddesdon estate property to rent, Waddesdon light display, Waddesdon at christmas, Waddesdon to Aylesbury bus times, is Waddesdon Manor open, Waddesdon cafe, Waddesdon bus times, Waddesdon school, Waddesdon golden years, Waddesdon newsletter, Waddesdon pubs, Waddesdon dental, Waddesdon fireworks, Waddesdon Aylesbury bus times, Waddesdon gift shop, Waddesdon art, Waddesdon Rothschild collection, Waddesdon Rothschild, Waddesdon lod mosaic, Waddesdon infant school, Waddesdon jubilee picnic, Waddesdon indian.

Must Watch Video - A Tour Around Waddesdon Manor

Other Services and Businesses in Waddesdon and the Vale of Aylesbury:

Waddesdon Cottages/Accommodation Near Waddesdon

Orchard Cottage Ashendon - 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom (Sleeps 4)

Particularly handy for visiting Waddesdon Manor House and village and looking over fabulous open landscapes, this charming holiday home enjoys magical views and is pleasingly furnished throughout, rendering it well suited for a relaxing trip or short break. The property is placed on the edge of the attractive village of Ashendon approximately 4.7 miles from the village of Waddesdon.

Looking out onto a sizable garden, with BBQ, patio furniture and lots of fruit trees, this property provides a comfy and cosy timber beamed sitting area with an open fire place for warming up on cold evenings, in the spacious kitchen there's an AGA stove, perfect for cooking a home-made English breakfast prior to setting off on your travels.

The property is just a short saunter away from the heart of the village boasting a traditional pub (The Hundred of Ashendon), which serves fine ales and outstanding meals, and apart from Waddesdon, is convenient for visiting such locations as Cuddington, Chearsley, Haddenham and Aylesbury, in addition near by are the Chiltern Hills. This excellent holiday cottage is made for a holiday any time of year.

Click for Cottage Details

This information should be useful for surrounding towns and villages such as: Marsh Gibbon, Cuddington, Woodham, Oving, Kingswood, Edgcott, Dinton, Nether Winchendon, Aylesbury, Westcott, Calvert, Brill, Steeple Claydon, Chearsley, Upper Winchendon, Ashendon, Quainton, Piddington, Charndon, Bicester, Wootton Underwood, Dorton, Grendon Underwood, Dinton, Whitchurch, Poundon, Ludgershall.