Carterton Town Council
Carterton, in West Oxfordshire, is a town with some 14,000 residents. It lies in the Thames Valley and is surrounded by scenic countryside including the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Carterton is a thriving and rapidly expanding town with new housing and industrial and business areas being developed in its north eastern quadrant. New leisure facilities are being added to the many already well established sports and leisure clubs.
This web site gives more information about many aspects of life in the town.
The Countryside Agency has awarded Carterton Beacon Status for the work that the Fast Forward team is undertaking on the regeneration of the town centre. Details are available from the Town Hall.
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