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Burton Joyce

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Nottingham is the focal point in southwest Nottinghamshire, and Burton Joyce is one of a group of satellite villages that offer enviable residential locations, close to the city.

The M1 and A1 ensure excellent transport connections through the county and the East Midlands, and to Sheffield, Derby, Leicester and Birmingham. Centrally placed, this area is an ideal starting point for destinations in the North East, North West and Midlands.

Living in Burton Joyce

Travel and transport

The M1 and A1 are the key road routes for this region, serving Nottingham and the other key East Midlands towns. Burton Joyce is a village with the bonus of a train station, and there are regular services into Nottingham that take just 11 minutes. Direct train services from Nottingham, take you to London in 2 hours 15 minutes. East Midlands Airport is less than half an hour away by car, at Castle Donnington, and Birmingham International Airport is an hour and a half away. 

 

Local information

As Nottingham is the county capital, it's a city with excellent amenities, services and leisure facilities. A historic city with the advantage of a strong visitor economy, Nottingham, and the smaller towns and villages that surround it, benefits from thriving independent retail and hospitality sectors, as well as from the national brands that are represented here.

Local schools

Education is very much a personal choice. There are local village schools and city schools, depending on your catchment area. Burton Joyce has its own primary school, with the options of Netherfield Primary School and Willow Farm Primary School just over 2.5 miles away. Secondary age students can attend Carlton le Willows Academy and sixth form, just a few minutes away, and there is a range of other choices in the city. Further and Higher Education options in Nottingham, include the Russell Group University of Nottingham.