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Bladon is a small village located on the southern edge of Blenheim Park, the grounds surrounding the great stately home of Blenheim Palace, close to Woodstock in the English county of Oxfordshire. Blessed with a large number of quaint cottages, Bladon is best known as the burial place of the great British prime minister, Sir Winston Churchill, and attracts thousands of visitors every year who come to pay their respects.

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  • St Martin's Church - a Victorian period reconstruction of 1894 on the site of an earlier church rebuilt in 1801. Sir Winston Churchill was buried in the churchyard in January 1965 at the head of the grave of Lady Randolph Churchill, his mother. Churchill's father, Lord Randolph Churchill, is buried alongside.

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