Salford is a small village close to the Gloucestershire border. The name Salford literally means a ford over which salt is carried. Salt would have been transported from salt mines in the Midlands on its way to London.

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The Norman Church of St. Mary was almost completely rebuilt in 1854 although a few Norman features survive.

Just outside the village are two spring-fed trout fishing lakes which were created out of the local marshland.

Salford is about a mile and a half west of Chipping Norton along the A44 Chipping Norton to Moreton-in-Marsh road.

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