Fenny Drayton Area Guide
Fenny Drayton (formerly Drayton-in-the-Clay) is a village in Leicestershire, and comes under the district of Hinckley and Bosworth.
Fenny Drayton is near to the county border of Warwickshire. The village is just off the A444, to the north of Nuneaton close to the crossroads with the A5. The village is very close to MIRA, and is four miles from the village of Stoke Golding. The re-internment of King Richard III mortal remains on 21 March 2015 started along the Fenn Lanes near to the village of Fenny Drayton.
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Fenny Drayton Transport Links
There is a new Hinckleybus service connecting the rural Leicestershire villages of Fenny Drayton, Witherley and Ratcliffe Culey with Nuneaton which was launched in November 2015. The new service 68 will serve residents in these rural locations five days a week, enabling residents who have been without a regular service for some time to travel around the local area without having to rely on a car. - See more at: http://hinckleybus.co.uk/new-rural-bus-service-for-a5-villages/