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Photo of Baginton bus shelter

Bus Service - A summary of the bus times from each stop can be viewed here.

It takes about 20 minutes to get to Pool Meadow Coventry and about 45 minutes to get to Kenilworth Clock. It takes just over an hour to get to Clifton Road, Rugby.

There is a combined timetable for the 24, 24A, 25 and 25A services.

It should be noted that not all buses call at all stops in the village. ​The 24/24A Kenilworth to Coventry and 25A Rugby to Coventry call at all stops, but the 25 Rugby to Coventry only calls at The Old Mill and Holly Walk as it uses Rowley Road.

More detailed timetables with all intermediary stops can be viewed on the National Express Coventry website.

None of the services run on a Sunday or public holiday.

There is a bus twice a week to Leamington Spa. The 69 Flexibus operated by A & M serves Baginton on Mondays and Thursdays and leaves the Oak Close stop at 0939. It travels via the Parade in Leamington and on to the Shires retail park, arriving at 1032. The return bus leaves the retail park at 1220 arriving back at Church Road bus shelter at 1314.

Photo of a pear on a tree

Community Orchard - With funding and initial help and advice from the Rural Development Programme, various fruit trees were planted in the Millennium Field in 2010/2011 to create a community orchard. A further fifteen trees were added in February 2012.  Volunteers give time throughout the year to weed, water and prune the orchard and as it develops there will hopefully be plenty of fruit for community use. Full details, including a list of trees, can be found on the Community Orchard page.

Library sign

County Library Delivery Service - Do you love books or know anyone who loves reading but who is unable to visit a library due to ill health or infirmity? The Rural Housebound Library Service, in partnership with Age UK, is a FREE library service. Two volunteers will call at your home, once every four weeks, with a selection of books (we offer Large Print and talking books), based on customer preference. You can also reserve books free of charge. If you think you are eligible  for this service or know someone who might benefit from receiving it, please contact Debbie Bennett at Warwickshire County Council on 01926 851031 or email

Photo of the Fur Inn cattery

Fur Inn Cattery - We have warm, comfortable surroundings and loads of TLC for your pets.
A small family run business that provides a high quality service in a quiet countryside location. Also includes a horse livery yard; offering DIY, part livery and grazing. FAB listed cattery licensed for 23 cats.

See our website for full details

Bins being emptied into bin lorry

Recycling and Refuse - Collections in Baginton are the responsibility of Warwick District Council. They collect on a Monday -  food caddies are emptied every week, blue recycling bins (and green bins for those who have subscribed) every two weeks and grey refuse bins every three weeks in accordance with the current collection calendar. Full details of what can be recycled in each container can be found on their rubbish, waste recycling pages

The Household Waste Recycling Centres in Warwick District are in Kenilworth and Leamington Spa and are managed by Warwickshire County Council. Opening times and details about what you can recycle at the recycling centres can be found at Cherry Orchard recycling centre - Kenilworth  and Princes Drive recycling centre - Leamington 

Photo of Baginton village hall

The Village Hall seats a maximum of 100 in the main hall with a smaller room available for joint or separate bookings. Self-catering facilities are available. The village hall is located in its own grounds in the centre of the village to the rear of the Lucy Price playing field in Frances Road, CV8 3AB. The hall is heated throughout and has car parking for approximately 40 cars. Toilets are provided on the premises.

Full details, including how to book, can be found on the Village Hall page.

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