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Value for money. Charis Birmingham Couple Fabulous stay. Julie Leeds Couple Fantastic property in a lovely location a great base to get to all the beautiful villages.
Andrea Doncaster Couple Nice short break at the loft. Katie Southampton Family the eldest child is at school This was an amazing and very special place to stay.
Malcolm Netherlands 3 adults Great location and very well equipped. Craig Brackley Couple. Reviews Posted by Guest. Leonard's, so the larger hospital may have taken it over.
Leonard's hospital have survived. The almshouses were founded in by Sir Thomas Crewe of Steane. Brackley Manor House was also a 17th-century Jacobean building that also originally had one storey plus attic dormers.
It used to be a Woodard School. The town hall is Georgian , built in by the 4th Earl of Bridgewater.
The town park belongs to the National Trust and hosts the Folk in the Park  festival. Brackley is close to the A43 road , which now bypasses the town, linking it to Towcester and Northampton to the north-east and the M40 motorway to the west.
The A links it to Banbury and Buckingham. The town has numerous bus services and is connected to major towns and cities including Banbury , , Bicester , Buckingham , Towcester , Oxford and Northampton currently 88 In the X38 Oxford-Northampton express service became the X6 with the introduction of the 88 to serve villages en route to Northampton such as Towcester, Blisworth and Milton Malsor.
In September the 88 service covering the Northampton to Oxford route, was replaced by the 8. The route of which starts at Northampton and now terminates at Bicester.
After , the 8 was renumbered once again to 88 with timetable changes. A few months later, the 88 was further reduced only running between Northampton and Silverstone , with one off-peak journey numbered X88 and terminating at Brackley Tesco.
In November the reintroduction of an almost hourly route 88 to Northampton. Also using the same vehicle and driver a brand new hourly service x91 has been introduced going to Milton Keynes.
The financial support for both of these come from "Section " money from house builders required to improve local amenities.
These services replace the X88 buses which had previously run in peak times to Northampton. A bus service links Brackley town centre to Banbury station .
Brackley had two railway stations of its own that were closed in the s. British Railways withdrew passenger trains from the line through Brackley Town station in January and closed the line to freight in Brackley's second station was Brackley Central , opened in March on the Great Central Main Line , which was the last main line to be built between northern England and London.
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Back Registration form Buy Sessions Wildcats. Saints Community Project. Back Vanarama. Club Shop. Although Brackley finished third-from-bottom of the Premier Division in their first season , the —96 season saw them end the season as runners-up.
After one season they were transferred to Division One South, but were relegated back to the Hellenic League at the end of the —99 season , which saw them finish bottom of the division.
A third-place finish in —06 saw them qualify for the promotion play-offs. However, after beating Marlow 2—1 in the semi-finals, they lost 3—2 to Hemel Hempstead Town in the final.
They finished third in their first season in the division. In the subsequent promotion play-offs, they beat Altrincham 4—2 on aggregate in the semi-finals before losing 1—0 to FC Halifax Town in the final.
In the second round the club lost 3—2 at Macclesfield Town. Doors open at 12pm until the beer runs out about 6 to 8pm ish. Entry and wrist bands available on the gate only.
We have a facebook page so please feel free to let us know your coming. The beer festival is located in the park next door to the old fire station.
If you're a Brackley Beer festival regular, then you know what a great atmosphere it is. So get yourself into Brackley for the last weekend of July for one of the best community events of the year!
In the summer of Brackley resonated to the sound of over 12, people, including motorcycles enjoying the inaugural Brackley Festival of Motorcycling.
The town centre was closed off for the day and the local school also opened up their playing fields for the festival. Headlined by Craig Jones performing on the High Street and with attractions for all ages the event was a resounding success, provided a great family day out and also raised some money for the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance and the National Association for Bikers with a Disability.