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County - Buckinghamshire | Map
Tel code: 01296 | code search
Postcode: HP22 | code search
Population: 3500
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Folk Customs:
Firing the Fenny Poppers
Olney Pancake Race
The Coronation Glove
The Duck Feast
Weighing the Mayor

Aston Clinton Events

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Aston Clinton Beer Festival
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James Bone Car Boot
"We arrived at 10.40,OPEN TIME 11.00 We were greeted with ONE POUND BEFORE 11.00,ONE POUND TO GET IN. This is A RIP OFF ,open time 11.00.HOW do you get one ..." More

Oak
".Service awful, food not bad Manager is a misery

Date visited: 25/09/09 ..." More

Oak
"Poor service...Food not bad when it finally arrives....The notice on wall about busy periods is a 'conn'

Date visited: 12/9/09 ..." More

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Aston Clinton is a Buckinghamshire village of about 3,500 people, 4 miles East of county town Aylesbury. It lies at the foot of the Chiltern Hills with a bypass that was opened in 2003 but the history of this village dates back to the Doomsday Book of 1086. The village is situated at the crossing of 2 Roman roads – Icknield Way and Akeman Street. The latter is now the busy A41 from London to Chester. One of the oldest buildings here is the parish church of St Michael and All Angels. Sir Anthony de Rothschild moved here in 1853, most notably establishing the Chiltern Springs Water Company (still trading but owned by Danone). A listed building, The Anthony Hall, was built in 1884 and later donated to Aston by Lady Louise Rothschild in memory of her husband. There is not much industry left and the town’s inhabitants often commute to the larger towns, as large employers such as the woodturning business ceased, as has the sawmill. Before Hillclimbs on public highways were disallowed in 1923, Aston Hill hosted an event for 20 years, during which co-founder of a motor company, Lional Martin, had great success and named his company Aston Martin in respect. The village is now quiet with just two pubs, The Oak and The Partridge, and all accommodation can be found nearby in Tring or Aylesbury

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St Michael and All Angels, Aston Clinton

Market

James Bone Car Boot

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Oak
Partridge Arms
Rothschild Arms
The Bell
The Rising Sun

Restaurant

Mela
Oak
Rothschild Arms
Shaad Restaurant
The Bell

School

Aston Clinton Combined School

Sports Clubs

Aston Clinton (Amateur Football)

Shops

Aston Clinton Stores
Lloyds Pharmacy Ltd
Jaye Richards Flowers

Places to Stay near Aston Clinton

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West Lodge Hotel (0.18 miles)

West Lodge Hotel
West Lodge is a Victorian Lodge House providing Three Star accommodation in a relaxing atmosphere (Award from Visit Britain/Tourist Board). The hotel has a reputation for exceptional quality in all areas but in particular for ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Aylesbury (East) (0.29 miles)

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** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Only three miles east of Aylesbury, this lodge is adjacent to The Bell village pub & restaurant. ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (1.57 miles)

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Premier Inn Tring (1.68 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M25. Local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo, RAF Halton, Pendley Manor and the Ridgeway Walk. For shops and local amenities Aylesbury town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Tring ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Aylesbury (1.87 miles)

Holiday Inn Aylesbury

The stylish Holiday Inn Aylesbury hotel is the perfect base for visiting Silverstone race track, Whipsnade Zoo, Stoke Mandeville Stadium, RAF Halton and the Roald Dahl museum.

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The Queens Head (2.49 miles)

The Queens Head
The Queen's Head is a family friendly pub located in the centre of the village of Long Marston which is approximately three miles from the A41 and six miles from the M1 at Dunstable. We ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Wendover (2.73 miles)

Red Lion Wendover

The Red Lion is a traditional 16th Century coaching inn steeped in history and tradition which gracefully combines ‘olde world’ charms with a modern look and feel. Situated on the High Street in the town ... More | visit website

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Rose & Crown Hotel (2.90 miles)

Rose & Crown Hotel

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Dating from the 16th century, this former Tudor coaching inn stands in the heart of Tring, overlooking the town's picturesque church. Tring is a market town set in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside ... More

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Olympic Lodge Hotel (3.13 miles)

Olympic Lodge Hotel

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When the working day is done, Stoke Mandeville Stadium provides the perfect environment to unwind, where our guests can stay in comfort at low prices and best value. No other ... More

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Broad Leys (3.24 miles)

Broad Leys
Located on the outskirts of Aylesbury town centre, The Broad Leys bar and restaurant offers you an air conditioned haven from the hustle and bustle of busy town life or hectic office days.

Dating back over 300 years ... More | visit website

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