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The public transport pages are subdivided into the following sections:
There is a school bus service for children living in Warmington which travels to Prince William School in Oundle. This leaves Warmington at approximately 8:10am and brings the children back to Warmington at approximately 4:15pm.
Public Bus Services:
The Stagecoach X4 runs from Northampton through Wellingborough, Kettering Corby and Oundle to Peterborough stopping at the Little Chef on the A605. The journey time to Peterborough varies from 16 minutes to 35 minutes depending on the time of day. The journey to Northampton takes around 1 hour 45 minutes. Both bus services run from stand No 15 in the Queensgate Bus Station, Peterborough. For current and live bus times for the X4 service go to the Stagecoach website. You can also download an app.
Village Bus Stops:
There are 3 bus stops in the village itself plus one just outside the village up at the roundabout on the A605. These are shown on the map below
- Campbell Cars of Oundle Local Private Hire Tel 01832 272 722 Mobile 07770 672110
- C Norwood 36a Market Place Oundle Tel 01832 273585
- Volunteer Car Scheme (Oundle and villages north of Oundle):
Volunteer Action, The Old Market Hall Oundle PE8 4BA 01832 275433
- Community Transport: Website for information on community transport services - http://www.a2binfo.net/
The nearest station to Warmington is Peterborough. This is on the main eastcoast line from Edinburgh to London and also provides access to East Anglia, Leeds, Manchester and the Midlands, although access to the latter may not be the most convenient. Train service from Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough provides more direct access to the Midlands.
Train Service Web Links:
- East Coast (Peterborough)
- First Capital Connect (Peterborough)
- East MidlandTrains (Wellingborough and Kettering)
- Trains anywhere in the UK can be booked thetrainline.com
London Stansted Airport is about 1.25 hours drive away, down the A1 and then across the A14/M11.
East Midlands Airport (close to Nottingham) is also about 1.25 hours drive away depending on your route. The easiest route (although not the most direct) is to take the A605 past Thrapston and then join tHe A14 westwards to the M1, go north up the M1 until the EMA labelled exit (junction 25?).