Ouse Valley Way - Grt Barford - St Neots

Ouse Valley Way Great Barford - St Neots

The River Great Ouse is 200 miles in length, from its source near Buckingham, to King's Lynn where it enters The Wash.
This section of the Ouse Valley Way begins in Great Barford and ends in the thriving market town of St Neots. Along the way you will pass nearby the 14th century church at Roxton and see historic locks and mills.

How to Get There by Public Transport

BY BUS: Buses run on a regular basis between Bedford and St Neots and the intervening villages along the route. For further information, call Traveline on 0870 608 2608.
BY TRAIN: The Ouse Valley Way can be access by train at Bedford and St Neots. Bedford is on the Bedford to London Thameslink line. St Neots is on the London Kings Cross to Peterborough line. For timetable information, please telephone National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950. Click here for the National Rail Enquiries website

How to Get There by Car

Great Barford is on the A421, approximately midway between Bedford and St Neots. Alternatively, there is plenty of parking in St Neots, both in the town and at the railway station. St Neots is just to the east of the junction of the A1 and the A428.

Start/Finish Point

The walk begins at the church in Great Barford and ends at St Neots bridge on the eastern outskirts of the town. It can be walked in either direction.

Access and General Information

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Further Information

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