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LUNCH
LIFE
LONDON PADDINGTON
PURITANS
SPECIAL FRUIT
REACHING BANBURY
NEITHROP
HORTON GENERAL HOSPITAL
BROUGHTON CASTLE
BANBURY MUTINY
BANBURY LOCK
BANBURY MP TONY BALDRY
CROPREDY VILLAGE
NAPTON
HISTORIC MARKET TOWN
SPICEBALL PARK
BANBURY UNITED
BLETCHLEY
BANBURY MUSEUM
ASCARI KZ1
MERTON STREET
BANBURY CAKES
MAIN BANBURY ROAD
NORTHERN OXFORDSHIRE
BANBURY CAKE
BANBURY CAKES
CASTLE QUAY
GRIMSBURY
BANBURY ROAD
FACILITY
CONSTRUCTION
STARTING
SECTION
REFERENCES
CELEBRATED
PICTURE
END
CLOSED
FIRE
PLACES
LABOUR
PART
COUNTRYSIDE
WEST BANK
BOATS
MOSQUE
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Definitions

  1. Banbury is a market town and civil parish in the district of Cherwell in northern Oxfordshire, England, located on the River Cherwell.
  2. Banbury is a significant commercial and retail centre for the surrounding area, which is predominantly rural.
  3. Banbury is a historic market town that used to be home to Western Europe's largest cattle market, situated on Merton Street in Grimsbury.
  4. Banbury is a town with many Parks and other recreational areas.
  5. Banbury is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Lunch

  1. With fresh provisions, had lunch then to the water point and thenback to the centre of Banbury, mooring almost exactly opposite our previous mooring point.

Life

  1. Benjamin's grandfather, Thomas, born in 1598, removed late in life to Banbury, in Oxfordshire, while his eldest son, Thomas, remained on the estate at Ecton.

London Paddington

  1. Appleford railway station is served by local First Great Western trains from London Paddington to Oxford & Banbury.

Puritans

  1. The Banbury Cross of the nursery rhyme was destroyed by the Puritans in 1602; a new one was installed in 1859.

Special Fruit

  1. Banbury is also famous for its special fruit and pastry cakes, based on a Tudor recipe.

Reaching Banbury

  1. On Monday 24th September I set off on a 4-day trip by boat up the Oxford Canal from Jericho, with the aim of reaching Banbury and making the journey back.

Neithrop

  1. Neithrop is a housing estate and ward of Banbury, Oxfordshire.

Horton General Hospital

  1. Benjamin Geen was born in Banbury and employed as a staff nurse at the Horton General Hospital.

Broughton Castle

  1. Of ancient mansions still inhabited, the finest is Broughton Castle near Banbury, dating from 1301.

Banbury Mutiny

  1. The Banbury mutiny was a mutiny by soldiers in the English New Model Army.

Banbury Lock

  1. Another gentle start to the day,on our way by 10ish,to get watered up below Banbury lock.

Banbury Mp Tony Baldry

  1. Banbury MP Tony Baldry wants more to be done to help families in north Oxfordshire find homes.

Cropredy Village

  1. North of Banbury, at Williamscott, turn right onto the lane that leads to Cropredy village.

Napton

  1. Towards Oxford: at Napton take the beautiful meandering historic South Oxford Canal to Cropredy village and Banbury.

Historic Market Town

  1. The historic market town of Banbury, famous for its cross, has a pleasant shopping centre.

Spiceball Park

  1. With an area just over half the size of the Poet's Corner estate, the Spiceball Park is the largest park in Banbury in the English county of Oxfordshire.

Banbury United

  1. Banbury United is a football club based in Banbury, Oxfordshire, who play in the Southern League Premier Division.

Bletchley

  1. The line to Banbury opened first on 1st May, 1850 with a 16 mile section of the Oxford line between Bletchley and Islip opening on the 1st October, 1850.

Banbury Museum

  1. A walk along the Oxford Canal at Banbury can easily be combined with a visit to Banbury Museum.

Ascari Kz1

  1. Ascari's second car, the Ascari KZ1, was developed at Banbury, which also housed Team Ascari's racing assets.

Merton Street

  1. Banbury Merton Street was the first railway station to serve the Oxfordshire market town of Banbury in England.

Banbury Cakes ??

  1. The town is famed for Banbury cakes – similar to Eccles cakes but oval in shape.

Main Banbury Road

  1. The line was operated by the Great Western Railway, which opened Shipton-on-Cherwell Halt beside the line's bridge over the main Banbury Road.

Northern Oxfordshire

  1. Touch FM is an Independent Local Radio station broadcasting to the town of Banbury and northern Oxfordshire, in the English Midlands.

Banbury Cake

  1. Take a stroll around the historic centre, browse the market and don’t forget to sample a slice of Banbury Cake.

Banbury Cakes

  1. Banbury Cakes, a special fruit and pastry cake, are still produced.

Castle Quay

  1. By public transport - Banbury Bus Station is adjacent to Castle Quay and Banbury Railway Station is a short walk away.

Grimsbury

  1. Grimsbury is a largely residential area in the north east of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England.

Banbury Road

  1. Big Deep Pothole on Banbury Road heading out of Warwick just before left turn off to the Leisure Centre.
  2. The focal part of Summertown is a busy area of shops on both sides of Banbury Road.

Facility

  1. In 2000 Ascari built a new facility in Banbury, to develop their second car, the Ascari KZ1, and to house Team Ascari's racing assets.

Construction

  1. Construction of the Oxford and Rugby Railway between Oxford and Banbury began in 1845.
  2. Banbury remained a rural market town, until the construction of the Oxford Canal in 1790 which greatly aided the town's growth.

Starting

  1. Why not take a self guided trail with your children, starting at the Waterways Gallery at Banbury Museum and finishing at Spiceball Country Park.

Section

  1. Finally, First Great Western run limited services between London Paddington and Banbury via Oxford, using the section of the route north of Aynho Junction.

References

  1. Banbury, 27, is incorrect in speaking of references to a gate in Queen's Coll.
  2. References ^ a b " Frith Banbury, Director whose 1950s reign at the Haymarket Theatre championed writers such as Robert Bolt and Rodney Ackland ".

Celebrated

  1. The ancient Banbury Cross, celebrated in a familiar nursery rhyme, was destroyed by Puritans in 1610.

Picture

  1. A picture of these Stagecoach Group buses in Banbury during 2004.
  2. A picture of a Fujitsu air conditioning unit at a Banbury shopping mall.

End

  1. John Brooke-Little was a former officer of arms who lived in Banbury at the end of his life.

Closed

  1. The Banbury - Cheltenham lines closed in the mid 1960s but Kingham station has remained open as a railhead for the surrounding Cotswold district.

Fire

  1. Banbury was ravaged by fire in 1628.

Places

  1. Places of interest include Spiceball Park and the new Banbury museum.

Labour

  1. Banbury has one of the UK's lowest unemployment rates (less than 1%), with a resultant high demand for labour.

Part

  1. The Buckinghamshire Railway opened the section between Bletchley and Verney Junction on 30 March 1850[ 1] as part of its line to Banbury.
  2. Banbury is part of the Cherwell district.

Countryside

  1. The railway line runs through the beautiful countryside of North Oxfordshire between Oxford and Banbury.

West Bank

  1. The Saxons built Banbury on the west bank of the River Cherwell.

Boats

  1. Other boats had left Banbury this morning and must have gone down.
  2. This BBQ was around a fire, outside the boats, next to (in?) the car park, right by the Banbury Road.

Mosque

  1. As a result of this there are several places of worship in Banbury including churches and a mosque located in Grimsbury.

Categories

  1. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Oxfordshire
  2. Capitals > London > River Thames > Oxford Canal
  3. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Coventry
  4. Shopping Centre
  5. Market Town

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