Oldbury is a small market town in the Black Country, and borough of Sandwell. Home to Sandwell Council house, Oldbury is known as the hub of Sandwell and has great transport links for bus travel.
Community memorial that commemorates the residents of Oldbury who were killed or missing during the First World War and the Second World War.
Visit the Oldbury Cenotaph website.
Portway Lifestyle Centre
A new leisure facility for Sandwell, a vibrant and unique sports, health and wellbeing centre. Portway Lifestyle Centre hosts outdoor sports, swimming, a gym and classes.
Visit the Portway Lifestyle Centre website.
Oldbury Green Retail Park
A shopping complex which includes Argos Extra, Brantano, Homebase, Costa Coffee, Smyths Toys, Thomas Cook and Next. A short walk from the interchange and opposite Sainsbury’s.
Oldbury is famously known for opening The first branch of Lloyds Bank in 1864. Like most of the Black Country, Oldbury was also the centre of the industrial revolution, transporting goods along the canals of the Black Country to local and regional places.
Our services travel from across the whole of the West Midlands right into the heart of the city centre. From dedicated school services to fast, frequent local travel. You're sure to find the bus number that meets your needs.
Please use our journey planner below to find the right service for you.
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