Aslockton is a small English village located in the county of Nottinghamshire; it is most famous for being the ancestral home of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1532 until 1534. Both the local school and community centre are named in his honour. Despite its size, the village boasts active football, cricket and tennis clubs.
The village is served by the East Midlands Airport which is 40 km away. From here, travel to Aslockton can be completed by bus; travellers board a Skylink Nottingham service and then connect with the Rushcliffe Villager 2 route, the changeover is in the city’s Canal Street. There is a regular rail service between the airport and Aslockton, this also entails a changeover at Nottingham’s Canal Street to board the local train service. There is no shuttle bus. The airlines servicing this airport include; First Choice, BMI Regional, FlyBe and Thomas Cook Airlines.
Aslockton is linked to the nearby city of Nottingham, the coastal town of Skegness and also Boston via its rail terminus. Passengers who travel to Aslockton by train arrive at the Aslockton railway station, it is a five minute walk from the village centre and all routes are provided by East Midlands Trains. There is a bus service from nearby Dark Lane and one from Dawn Lane, both of which pass through town.
To arrive in Aslockton by bus, travellers will need to depart from the larger towns of Nottingham, Bingham, Newark or Grantham. From here, a number of regional bus routes serve the village. Although there is no bus station, passengers can alight at a convenient stop. Buses services to and from Aslockton are operated by Centrebus, Trent Barton and Marshalls.