Oxton, Nottinghamshire

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Oxton is a village in Nottinghamshire, England, with a little over 500 residents.

Oxton is located 5 miles west of Southwell, 5 miles north of Lowdham, 10 miles NE of Nottingham and 2 miles NE of Calverton, and lies on the B6386, and is very close to the A6097 trunk road.

Oxton has a church dedicated to St Peter & St Paul, a post office, and two pubs. Oxton also has 2 fords - a small ford (crossing) within the village itself, and a much larger ford on Beanford Lane - often as deep as 1 ft whilst remaining open to all traffic. It is however closed each March, so that the toads found in the swamp-like area which the ford crosses can breed.

Bus services[edit]

Nottingham city transport


Nottingham - Mapperley - Mapperley Plains - Lambley - Woodborough - Calverton - Oxton - Epperstone - Lowdham

Notable residents[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Oxton, Nottinghamshire at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 53°03′18″N 1°03′43″W / 53.055°N 1.062°W / 53.055; -1.062