infobox UK place
country = England
official_name= Oldmixon
latitude= 51.3221
longitude= -2.9569
unitary_england=North Somerset
lieutenancy_england= Somerset
region= South West England
constituency_westminster= Weston-super-Mare
post_town= Weston-super-Mare
postcode_district = BS24 0xx
postcode_area= BS
dial_code= 01934
os_grid_reference= ST334585

Oldmixon is a suburb of the town of Weston-super-Mare in the English county of Somerset.

It was the birthplace of John Oldmixon.

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