Wood Farm Bakery is located at 21 Atkyns Rd, Headington, Oxford OX3 8RA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Wood Farm Bakery and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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leah xu

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Excellent artisan and also old school baking skills Amazing gluten, spelt and sourdough Bread even

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Excellent artisan and also old school baking skills Amazing gluten, spelt and sourdough Bread even better them Waitrose Bakery easily

leah luyang

5 Google Rating

Excellent Service! Specilialised Baking at its best!

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Excellent Service! Specilialised Baking at its best!

Angela Collins

5 Google Rating

Lovely local bakery old school. Rolls and sandwiches made fresh to order as well. Thank you.

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Lovely local bakery old school. Rolls and sandwiches made fresh to order as well. Thank you.

Keiron King

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Excellent service excellent food

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Excellent service excellent food

rex 123

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Best chicken mayo baggette

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Best chicken mayo baggette

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