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Aylesbury is an old market town, and the county town of Buckinghamshire, in South East England. Located centrally in the county it lies in the Aylesbury Vale between the Chiltern Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the north of Buckinghamshire. In 2017 Aylesbury was designated a Garden Town. A vibrant community of approximately 150,000 people in the Aylesbury Vale district as a whole, and over 50,000 in the town.

Aylesbury has very early origins as a settlement from the Bronze Age, and it’s believed the Anglo Saxons named the town Aigler burgh. Evolving into a market town it became a central point for surrounding villages. Aylesbury has a rich history. A fort once stood at Castle Street in the town centre, and today we can still enjoy historic architecture in the old part of town around St. Mary’s church. A growing trade and administrative centre, Aylesbury’s canal and then the railway came in the 1800s. Visit Aylesbury on the Buckinghamshire Heritage Portal to learn more about the town’s history.

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