Jewish peddlers may have come to Brackley on their walks.
Jewish boys from aristocratic Sephardic families attend Winchester House School, a Church of England boys' preparatory boarding school, and some 50 - 60 Jewish boys attend up to 1950, especially during the war.
1939 - 1945
Brackley and surrounding villages, becomes home to Jewish refugees from Hitler's Holocaust and Jewish child evacuees. A group of some 12 Jewish families move to Brackley, from London, to avoid the bombing and the risk of invasion and so that their children can go to the excellent local schools. There are Jewish serviceman and women based at the local airfields.
1970 - 2011
A small number of Jewish families and individuals live in Brackley and the surrounding areas and there are a few Jewish businesses in the area.
JTrails the National Anglo-Jewish Heritage Trail is founded from Farthinghoe village by Marcus Roberts.