Oxfordshire was a county in Brytain. It was split into three regions - the Cotswolds, the Vale of White Horse and Chiltern Hills. The city of Oxford was located in the centre of Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire was flooded once in 1953, and again in 1986.
Key Locations[edit | edit source]
- The Trout Inn - home to Malcolm Polstead and his family
- Godstow Priory - A nunnery where Lyra Belacqua spent several weeks of her childhood
- Wallingford Priory - A fortress-like priory where Lyra Belacqua was once kept
- Abingdon - A small town in Oxfordshire