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                            [alt] => Landscape, with fields, meadows, hills and valleys near, Oxenhope
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Scenic buses & family friendly days out in Oxenhope

Oxenhope is a small village close to Haworth, once home to the Brontes. It is the terminus for the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway a steam railway that stops in Haworth, Oakworth, Damems, Ingrow (West) and terminates in Keighley.

The village is also well-known for the The Oxenhope Straw Race, a team event in which competitors complete a 2.5 mile course around the village carrying a bale of straw and stopping at each pub on the route for a pint of beer. Many contestants choose to dress up in costumes. The event benefits local charities and always draws many spectators.

Bus routes in Oxenhope

Keighley to Hebden Bridge via Haworth – Brontë Bus B1 | B2 | B3 from The Keighley Bus Company

Brontë Bus B1 | B2 | B3

Keighley to Hebden Bridge via Haworth, Keighley & Worth Valley railway & Oxenhope

What better way to see the landscape which inspired Charlotte, Emily and Anne than from the back seat of Brontë Bus? Sit back and enjoy panoramic views of these windswept lands of heather and moors.

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Places to visit in Oxenhope

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