Tackley is situated in the Cherwell Valley, 8 miles North of Oxford, just off the A4260 Oxford to Banbury road.
Junctions 9 and 10 of the M40 motorway are only 7 miles away.
Tackley railway station links directly to Oxford, London and Birmingham.
There is a regular bus service from Banbury and Oxford.
Bus and Train Timetables
To download Mr Alan Diver’s Combined Bus and Train Timetable, effective from 21st May until 31st December 2017
*** Rousham Road Closure -
Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Road Closure – at Tackley, Rousham Road
A request has been received from Thames Water for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of Rousham Road, whilst essential water connection works are carried out.
A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closure and will operate from 08 January 2018 to and including 11 January 2018.
Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.
A copy of the drawing showing the extent of the closure and also the alternative routes for traffic is attached below.
Further information regarding the works may be obtained by contacting Andrew Collier of Thames Water on 07884 474125
Tackley Car Scheme
Tackley Car Scheme is a not-
*Tackley Car Scheme AGM is being held on Monday 13 November at 8pm in the Village Hall Coffee Shop*
London by Train
The Combined Bus and Train Timetable above includes train journeys between Tackley and Paddington, but if you are travelling by train to London you may also like to use an online Journey Planner like that provided by National Rail, which can advise alternative routes. If you enter ‘Tackley’ to ‘London All Stations’ you will be shown both Tackley to Paddington and the alternative route of Tackley to Marylebone, via Kings Sutton or Banbury. This latter route uses the First Great Western service to Kings Sutton or Banbury and then a fast Chiltern Railways service to London. Prices are the same and travel times can be similar on both routes. This will provide you with more options for train times, as well as a choice of travelling to and from Marylebone or Paddington.
For National Rail’s Journey Planner click here
Journey Planning via Red Planet Travel
Directgov's Journey Planner website closed down in 2014. However, the Red Planet Travel website offers a full range of information and route planning services for every journey, plus additional information on flights, ferries and walking directions. The service includes journeys by train, bus, coach, aeroplane, car (+ car parks) and cycle routes. The Highways Agency offers live traffic updates, feeds and alerts, and information on weather conditions and planned roadworks on England's motorways and trunk roads. Get the information you need before you set off.
Bus and Rail Travel Links
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