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The area around present-day Didcot has been inhabited for at least 9000 years; a large-scale archaeological dig between 20 produced finds from the Mesolithic, Neolithic, Iron Age and Bronze Ages.

During the Roman era the inhabitants of the area tried to drain the marshland by digging ditches through what is now the Ladygrove area north of the town near Long Wittenham, evidence of which was found during surveying in 1994.

) is a railway town and civil parish in the ceremonial county of Oxfordshire, England.

Ms Hennell, known as 'Connie', who was on first-name terms with all the prime ministers she worked for, first heard of her nomination - made at Prime Minister David Cameron's recommendation - by letter in November. For services to Education and voluntary service to People with Disabilities. Deputy Principal, EU and Employment Relations Division, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to the Church of England particularly the Preservation of the Built Heritage of Churches through the Diocesan Advisory Committee in Lancashire. Senior Officer, Operational Delivery Profession, Development and Capability manager, HM Revenue and Customs. (Newcastle, Tyne and Wear)Mrs Alison Lynda Middleton, JP.The town is noted for its railway heritage, having been a station on Brunel's Great Western Main Line from London Paddington, opening in 1844.Today the town is known for its railway museum and power stations, and is the gateway town to the Science Vale: three large science and technology centres in the surrounding villages of Milton (Milton Park), Culham (Culham Science Centre) and Harwell (Harwell Science and Innovation Campus which includes the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory).Archaeological items, the majority of which were found on cultivated land where items can be at risk of damage from ploughing and corrosion, ranged from thousands of stone flints to a rare Bronze Age shield in Suffolk.A large rare hoard of 463 silver coin clippings and fragments from Gloucestershire are thought to have been buried around the time of the 'great recoinage' in 1696, when all pre-1662 hand-struck coinage was recalled and turned into machine-struck coins.

Ms Hennell, known as 'Connie', who was on first-name terms with all the prime ministers she worked for, first heard of her nomination - made at Prime Minister David Cameron's recommendation - by letter in November. For services to Education and voluntary service to People with Disabilities. Deputy Principal, EU and Employment Relations Division, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to the Church of England particularly the Preservation of the Built Heritage of Churches through the Diocesan Advisory Committee in Lancashire. Senior Officer, Operational Delivery Profession, Development and Capability manager, HM Revenue and Customs. (Newcastle, Tyne and Wear)Mrs Alison Lynda Middleton, JP.The town is noted for its railway heritage, having been a station on Brunel's Great Western Main Line from London Paddington, opening in 1844.Today the town is known for its railway museum and power stations, and is the gateway town to the Science Vale: three large science and technology centres in the surrounding villages of Milton (Milton Park), Culham (Culham Science Centre) and Harwell (Harwell Science and Innovation Campus which includes the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory).Archaeological items, the majority of which were found on cultivated land where items can be at risk of damage from ploughing and corrosion, ranged from thousands of stone flints to a rare Bronze Age shield in Suffolk.A large rare hoard of 463 silver coin clippings and fragments from Gloucestershire are thought to have been buried around the time of the 'great recoinage' in 1696, when all pre-1662 hand-struck coinage was recalled and turned into machine-struck coins.Didcot was not explicitly named in the Domesday Book; the closest recorded settlement was Wibalditone, with 21 inhabitants and a church, whose name possibly survives in Willington's Farm on the edge of Didcot's present-day Ladygrove Estate.