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Transport and Shops

Train:     The railway station in the centre of Bradford on Avon is around a 20 minute walk.  You can park in the station car park, but this can be busy at times. You will need some change or you can pay by mobile phone. The train line goes to Bath and Bristol,  Frome (worth a visit), Salisbury and the South Coast in the other direction. Early weekday mornings and on Saturdays the train can be busy

Taxi:  There is a taxi office outside Bradford on Avon station.  01225 862277. Uber also operates here

Walking: You can walk to town by going out of the pedestrian side gate between both barns, down the lane and turn right across the green into Woolley Street.  You pass the George Pub and Woolley Grange Hotel.  Head across the roundabout at the bottom of Woolley Street to the left of the garage and down the hill into the town. If you turn right up the lane as you exit via the pedestrian gate, there is a footpath heading over the fields which can be very muddy in the winter. For more detailed information and maps click here

Bus: You can catch a bus to Bath or Salisbury just opposite the garage at the bottom of Woolley Street. (10 minute walk) Services 265 and D1  https://www.connectingwiltshire.co.uk/plan-a-journey/

Grocery Shops:  The garage at the bottom of Woolley Street sells basics,  or turn up the hill into New Road for a small convenience store. For more choice, the Co-op next to Lambs Yard close to the main town bridge is good.  For a full shop, Sainsburies further out on the Frome Road.  Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s will all deliver here from Melksham and Trowbridge.

Pharmacies:  There is a pharmacy adjacent to the station and another in Silver Street.

Other Shops:  There is a hardware shop, electrical appliance shop, two wedding shops, a great cheese shop, some clothing shops and bevy of gift shops.