The historic market and riverside town of Abingdon caters for all your day- to day needs with comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and health facilities as well as a good selection of public houses and restaurants and has lovely riverside walks. There is both private and state education available for all ages and the nearby centre of Oxford is a short journey along the A34. Didcot is well placed to the south and provides an excellent link to London (Paddington c.50 minutes). Frequent bus routes from Abingdon to local areas and to the City Centre of Oxford and onward London Link or alternatively there is excellent road access via the A34 to the M40 at junction 8 or 9 and the M4 junction 13 at Newbury
Radley is a parish within Abingdon, of about 3000 inhabitants (pop. 2290 in 1991) located by the River Thames on the north-east edge of Abingdon about five miles south of Oxford. It is within the Hormer Ward served by the Vale of the White Horse District Council and Oxfordshire County Council. Adjacent parishes are Sunningwell to the west and Kennington to the north. The River Thames forms the eastern and southern boundaries of the parish and separates it from Sandford-on-Thames to the north-east, Nuneham Courtenay to the east and Culham to the south. Radley is traversed by two major transport routes, the A34 dual carriageway, which connects the M40 London-to-Birmingham motorway to the south coast port of Southampton, and a mainline railway, with direct services to Oxford, Didcot, Reading and London as well as links to routes to Swindon, Bristol, Southampton, Birmingham and the Cotswolds.
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