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Didcot station is well connected by bus to a number of local towns and villages. Consider completing your journey by public transport.How to get there:
X2 and 33 Connector: Didcot Parkway – Abingdon/Milton Park
X32 and 33 Connector: Didcot Parkway – Wantage
X32, 33 and 98 Connector: Didcot Parkway – Harwell
X2 Connector: Didcot Parkway – Wallingford*
How to buy: For Wantage and Abingdon you can purchase tickets at the ticket office or via GWR.com by setting Wantage Bus or Abingdon Did Bus as your destination in journey planner. Milton Park and Harwell are within the Plusbus area and you are able to purchase this after selecting your rail journey on GWR.com.
*Tickets for Wallingford are only available to buy from the ticket office.
Perhaps you want to visit the Mendip Hills, head to the historic city of Wells, get in the Glastonbury groove or shop to your hearts content at Clarks Shopping Village in Street.
How to get there: Buses leave Bristol Temple Meads Station heading to Wells, Glastonbury and Street regularly. You can also take the bus from Bath Spa to Wells.
376: Bristol TM - Wells/Glastonbury/Street
174/173: Bath - Wells
How to buy: At the ticket office or via GWR.com by setting Wells Bus, Glastonbury Bus or Street Bus as your destination in journey planner.
Perhaps you want to walk the Quantock Hills, head to the beach at Minehead, take the family to Butlins or enjoy a trip on the West Somerset Railway.
How to get there: The 28 bus between Taunton and Minehead provides excellent connectivity to those looking to complete their journey by public transport.
How to buy: At the ticket office or via GWR.com by setting Minehead Bus as your destination in journey planner.