A scenic rural village set within stunning Staffordshire countryside, Hanbury village is home to amenities including The Cock Inn public house and restaurant and a playing field, whilst the beautiful surrounding area is renowned for outdoor pursuits including walking, cycling and horse riding.
In 1944, the village was made famous due to an RAF ammunition store explosion in nearby Fauld, which left a 250 ft in diameter crater in Coppice Woods, which can be reached via a relatively short walk from the Cock Inn public house.
Further facilities can be found in Tutbury and Burton on Trent, having an array of traditional pubs, shops, cafes and other leisure facilities. The property resides within catchment for Newborough Primary School, currently having an Ofsted Outstanding rating, which feeds into John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood. The property is within easy reach of various commuter routes such as A515, A38 and A50.
- Newborough Primary School feeding into John Taylor High School
- Beautiful surroundings with superb views and many rural walking routes
- With easy reach of A515, A38 and A50