Christ Church parish church
Long Hanborough shown within Oxfordshire
|Population||2,630 (parish, including Church Hanborough) (2011 Census)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||South East England|
Long Hanborough is a village in Hanborough civil parish, about 4 miles (6.4 km) northeast of Witney in West Oxfordshire, England. The village is the major settlement in Hanborough parish. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 2,630.
An infants' school was built in 1879 and enlarged in 1893. It closed in 1998 and was merged into Hanborough Manor School. The old school building has been converted to a private house.
The village has also a Methodist church.
The Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway was built past Long Hanborough in 1852, with Hanborough station between Long Hanborough and Bladon being opened to serve the village. In 1935 the Great Western Railway added a smaller station that is called Combe, but it is actually nearer Long Hanborough than Combe.
On 30 January 1965 the body of Sir Winston Churchill arrived at Hanborough station on a train hauled by Battle of Britain Class locomotive Winston Churchill. From Hanborough the funeral cortège proceeded by road to St Martin's Church, Bladon, where he was buried.
Long Hanborough has a Post Office, a GP's practice, a dental practice, a Co-Operative store, a fish and chip shop and a bicycle repair shop. It has one pub, the Three Horseshoes. Until the 2000s it had three other pubs. In 2009 The Swan, in Millwood End, was a gastropub, but it has since ceased trading and is now a private home. The Bell was controlled by Greene King Brewery but is no longer trading. The George and Dragon was still trading and serving meals in July 2014 but has since closed.
Oxford Bus Museum and Morris Motors Museum are next to Hanborough rail station.
Long Hanborough has two bus services, each of which runs hourly, six days a week. Stagecoach in Oxfordshire runs both routes. There is no evening, Sunday or bank holiday service on either route. Route 11 links the village with Oxford, Witney and Eynsham. Route 233 links the village with Woodstock, Witney and Burford. Only route 233 passes Hanborough rail station.
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- Hanborough Manor Church of England School
- Oxfordshire Federation of Women's Institutes
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- "Woodstock – Burford". Stagecoach in Oxfordshire. 27 July 2014. Retrieved 20 December 2014.
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