is a village in Oxfordshire
, close to the more well known town of Chipping Norton
, with a population numbering around 800.
The village has one shop, one Royal British Legion (club), two pubs, two hotels, a railway station a primary school and a church. Kingham Hill School is just on the outskirts.
In 2005, it was voted 'England's Favourite Village' by readers of Country Life.
The village gave its name to HMS Kingham, a Ham class minesweeper.