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Dropshort Farm is a new development of just four beautifully designed and constructed homes, which blend with the character of the village and take their place at the heart of the community.

Childrey is a fine example of an English village: with its long main street, parish church, village green with a pond and a pleasant assortment of period cottages, it nestles comfortably at the foot of the Downs on the edge of the Vale of White Horse.

The Vale is a mainly agricultural landscape, steeped in rich history: the White Horse, from which the area takes its name, dates back to prehistoric times; Alfred the Great of Wessex was born in nearby Wantage in 849 AD, and Childrey itself has strong Civil War connections.