Sunday, October 18, 2009


Top Left : St Mary's Row
Bottom Left : The Vale
Top Right : Market Square
Bottom Left : Church Street

Aylesbury, the county town of Buckinghamshire, is a lively market town steeped in history.
The charming conservation area around St. Mary's Church lies in sleepy lanes and cottages above the town. Around every corner is a tale - Henry VIII reputedly wooed Anne Boleyn at the King's Head, Roald Dahl invented his classic children's tales in the Aylesbury area, and his imagination is now celebrated in the town's County Museum.


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