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The town of Aylesbury is situated just on the perimeter of the London Commuter Belt. The area itself has deep roots with excavations indicating that the area dates back to the Iron Age. The burial place of St Osyth, the town boasts a long and rich history that goes back many centuries. In 1529, King Henry VIII declared that Aylesbury would be the new county town of the area – some believe that he did this to gain favour with Thomas Boleyn, father to Anne, as he owned many properties in the area including Aylesbury Manor. There are many places of interest and landmarks to explore in this town, many of which reflect its history. This includes Buckinghamshire County Museum, the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery, and the historic King’s Head Inn.
The retail, commercial and office space in Aylesbury is occupied by a variety of businesses. Sypol Ltd and Oakdene Hollins Ltd both have facilities in the town along with Aldous Systems Europe and IPS Educational Publishing. There are many other businesses and professionals operating from the town, including designers, website developers, counsellors, lettings agents, marketing companies, management consultants, photographers, and security services.
Entertainment And Dining Out
For entertainment, the Queens Park Centre is a huge and popular independent arts centre, which those looking for a slice of culture will appreciate. Aylesbury Waterside Theatre is a very impressive venue hosting live performances while the variety of pubs and clubs in the town offer a vibrant nightlife for those who have the stamina! When it comes to dining out, there are also many options available. The Five Elms is the perfect place to enjoy British food in a cosy setting. Bucks Balti House, on the other hand, serves up fiery food in colourful surroundings. You can sample Belgian fare at La Chouette or give Gann Thai Restaurant a try for some exotic Thai cuisine.
Both Aylesbury and Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway stations serve the town, with the former being a major stop on the London to Aylesbury Line. In addition to offers good rail links, Aylesbury is also home to a well connected network of roads, including the A41, the M40, the A413 and the A418. The M40 and the M25 are also within easy reach of the town. The town is well-served by buses as well as taxis, so those who do not wish to drive will be able to use other means of transportation to get around.