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Welcome to Aylsham A Market Town Situated in the heart of North Norfolk since before the Norman Conquest, you will find the country market town of Aylsham. Main routes from Norwich to the coast and King’s Lynn skim its edge, and a network of lanes will lead you to the villages in the wider area. With the famous Norfolk Broads, the North Norfolk Coast and the magnificent cathedral city of Norwich only ten miles away in each direction, and the gently
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market each Friday. Every first Saturday each month, a Farmers Market sells local produce in the Market Place, and at regular intervals on a variety of days there are specialist auctions of different types of antique goods in the sale rooms. Aylsham shops vary from small to medium sized supermarkets to family owned businesses. Parking everywhere is free.
rolling Norfolk countryside on its doorstep, Aylsham is a
Although the town’s population has more than doubled since
central and excellent base for holiday makers, as well as being
the 1960’s - now over 7000 - the town remains a
in constant demand by those looking for somewhere to live. The famous National Trust properties of Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall are nearby – Blickling is in fact only about a mile out of the town – and Oxburgh Hall is further to the west of the county. Holkham and Sandringham are also within easy reach. These are just some of the wonderful country
community, with many active societies and clubs that often come together at events in the town. The Aylsham Show that originally began in 1946 as a gymkhana on the Recreation Ground has long outgrown its former home to become one of the most successful one-day shows in the country, held at Blickling Park each August Bank Holiday Monday.
houses near to Aylsham. For those whose preference is
Aylsham became a Cittàslow town in November 2004, and is
gardens, there are many, including Mannington, Hoveton
now part of an international network of towns that celebrate
Hall gardens at Wroxham, Fairhaven Woodland and Water
quality of life, towns that care about their heritage, local
Garden at South Walsham, and Sheringham Park, designed
produce and skills, and their residents – and that includes our
by Humphry Repton. Pensthorpe, well known to BBC
many visitors –whom we regard as “temporary residents!”
Springwatch, is also easily accessible from the town. If steam
Finally, as a Town Council we have tried to produce a guide
railways are your hobby, the Bure Valley narrow gauge
that is of help both to visitors and to present and future
railway starts its nine mile run to Wroxham from Aylsham,
residents. Any suggestions that could help us improve it
and the North Norfolk standard gauge railway runs along the
would be most welcome and should be addressed to the
coast from Sheringham to Holt.
On Mondays, Aylsham Market Place bustles with stalls, and the goods auctioned at the sale yard a few minutes walk away, range from bric-a-brac to bicycles; there is a further general
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Aylsham Town Council The Town Council is based in the offices above the Town Hall in the Market Place Aylsham, NR11 6EL. The offices are open Monday – Friday from 9.30am to 3pm and 9.30am to 12.30pm on Fridays. Contact details: Telephone: 01263 733354 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.aylsham-tc.gov.uk Facebook Page - aylsham Responsibilities The Town Council has responsibility for: • Maintaining the street lighting, including the replacement and the installation of additional standards (except in Red Lion St, Norwich Rd, Sir Williams Close, Henry Page Road, Bure Meadows and The Willows which are the responsibility of the County Council) • maintaining four properties belonging to the town (The Town Hall and 23 Market Place, both listed buildings, and the Cemetery Cottage, originally the home of the cemetery keeper and the Drill Hall) • caring for certain open spaces (The Staithe and Old Station Yard in Millgate, the Lychgate Garden, and various play areas and amenity land on local housing developments), • maintaining the Cemetery and the Churchyard • providing and managing four allotment sites •. managing the Market Place and its markets, including the Farmers’ Markets • monitoring the Burgh Road and Buttsland car parks on behalf of Broadland District Council • carrying out Highway verge cutting on behalf of Norfolk County Council •. providing and managing the public toilets and providing, inter alia, litter bins, dog waste bins, bus shelters, and the Christmas lights and decorations. • Community events The Town Council consists of 13 councillors who all live in or within 3 miles of the town. They are elected every four years with the next elections scheduled for May 2019. Anyone interested in becoming a Town Councillor please contact the Town Clerk via the details above.
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Broadland District Council Broadland District Council's offices are in Thorpe St Andrew, Norfolk. It is responsible for planning and conservation, housing, council tax collection, benefits, refuse collection, environmental health, economic development, neighbourhood plans and neighbourhood issues, business support and rates, community grants, electoral registration, licensing, street cleaning, and health and wellbeing support. Tel: 01603 431133 Website: www.broadland.gov.uk Norfolk County Council Norfolk County Council is responsible for major county wide services such as education, highways, police, fire and rescue, social services and libraries. It co-ordinates strategic, transport and emergency planning. Its main office is in County Hall, Norwich. Telephone: 0344 800 8020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.norfolk.gov.uk
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Situated on the banks of the River Bure, this attractive town has
The Buttsland or Buttlands is where the men of the town practised
been inhabited since prehistoric times. A hoard of Bronze age
the long bow, in the piece of land, now used as a carpark, which
metalwork was discovered in 1968 close to the High School,
originally spanned 220 yards.
which shows us evidence of early inhabitants. The town of Aylsham takes its name from around 500 AD when a Saxon, called Aegel, settled here. Over time, “Aegel’s ham” as it was known, became Aylsham.
The market has always been an important part of Aylsham life. In the early Middle Ages, markets would have been held in the churchyard, but as this was forbidden in 1285, the market place (which is owned by the National trust as part of the Blickling
It grew to become a large and important place, and when recorded
Estate) was created next to the churchyard. Permission for a
in the Domesday Book (1086), it had a population of about
Saturday market to be held in the town was granted by Henry VIII
1,000. In 2001 the census showed a population of about 6000.
in 1518. Cattle fairs were held twice a year in addition to a
Aylsham was famous in the 14th century for its fine linen. The
“Aylsham Web” or “cloth of Aylsham” supplied the royal palaces
The market place has been the site of many different town events,
of Edward II and III. John of Gaunt, son of Edward III, whose
such as Royal Jubilee celebrations and carnivals. The Town Hall,
image we see on the town sign, was Lord of the manor at this time. Sadly though, by the mid 19th century, competition from industries in the north put an end to textile manufacture locally. During the reign of Edward III, it was ordered that archery must be practised on Sundays and other holidays in place of all other sports which were forbidden.
to the side of the Market Place, was built by a private company in 1857 as a corn exchange The narrow street plan of Aylsham dates back to medieval times, with many of the old timber framed buildings being given brick frontages in the 18th century. The steep pitch of many of the roofs show that they were once thatched with local reeds.
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Monday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Tuesday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Wednesday: 8am-7pm (staffed 2-7pm) Thursday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Friday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Saturday: 8am-4pm (staffed 10am-4pm) Sunday: 10am-4pm (Open Libraries access only*)
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Regular events: Bounce & Rhyme Time – every Monday in term time 10.30am Fun rhymes & stories for pre-school children and parent/carers Just a cuppa – every Thursday 10am-12 noon Fancy making some new friends, or just to have a good old chat? Then come along to this free drop in session. DVD Happy Hour – DVDs 2 for the price of 1 Monday & Wednesday 2-7pm NNAB Sight Information point drop in 4th Wednesday of the month 2-3pm Job Support sessions - every other Friday 10-12.30 Business advice Drop in sessions – starting 10th July 2-6.30pm Relax with a magazine or a good book, do your homework, use our free computers or WiFi. The library is a great place to meet friends or spend time on your own. The library is a great place to meet friends or spend time alone.
Aylsham’s History Several have the characteristic Dutch gables reflecting the early close links between East Anglia and what is now Holland. The Black Boys public house was probably built in the 17th century; its present frontage dates to between 1710 and 1720; the coach entry from the market place to the stable yard at the back was blocked up in the I930's to be replaced by what is now the bar. Originally, traffic between Norwich and Cromer would be carried along Red Lion street and along Hungate which has cobbled edges, rather than pavements. There were many yards off Hungate where people lived in crowded and cramped conditions. The John Soame Memorial Pump is a distinctive feature of the town. Until 1911 townsfolk drew their water from private wells which carried the risk of contamination. The John Soame pump was offered to the town as a memorial to John Soame and is 170 feet deep. Piped water supply finally reached the town in 1938.
Aylsham Heritage Centre
In 1779 a canal extended river navigation to Aylsham and the
The heritage Centre is housed in the old Parish Room.
town was linked to the sea at Yarmouth. Wherries used the navigation to transport goods and agricultural produce. However, during the flood of 1912 all of the locks and some of the bridges
It was built in 1890 by Benjamin Cooke, a miller in the town, for the grand sum of £400. It was equipped for £60 and then donated
(including the one between Coltishall and Horstead) were washed
to the church. It opened on 1st October 1890.
out. After the flood the Navigation was never re-opened.
The building has had many uses ranging from wedding
A parliamentary report of 1777 recorded Aylsham as having a
receptions, children’s parties, a temporary library and as a
workhouse for up to 80 inmates. In 1848-9, a new workhouse for up to 600 inmates was built at Aylsham, situated to the west of the town. It cost approximately £7,500 and was designed by William J Donthorn. The workhouse building then became St Michael's Hospital. The landmark Church of St Michael and All Angels was constructed in the late 13th century with the tower and south porch added in the 14th. The lower part of the rood screen survived with Puritan reformers, although some of the panels were disfigured. The graveyard is also the final resting place of
meeting room for the church choir and for the WI. Local residents recall the choir sitting around an organ with a stove for warmth. Refreshments for meetings were often prepared on a gas stove. One resident vividly recalls being lifted through the window by the vicar to unlock the door from the inside to assist a group who had been locked out! Now the centre houses themed exhibitions which change annually. The archive collection of around 4000 photographs is also available for visitors to view. The centre is also home to a tourist information point giving information about local
Humphry Repton, the famous landscape gardener, who chose to
attractions, as well as history walks around the town.
be buried in a small walled garden near the south chancel door.
Entry is free, although donations are always welcome. Opening times: Monday (10.30am-1pm), Tuesday-Friday (10.30am-3.30pm), first Saturday of every month (10.30am-1pm)
A community that cares for itself Aylsham & District Care Trust (ADCT) is a non-profit making charity (founded in 1985 by Rees Coghlan MBE). Rees recognised some of the challenges faced by older people in the community and worked with others to find ways to ameliorate loneliness. He believed that it could be possible for local volunteers to provide help and support for those that needed it, he wanted to create â€˜A community that cares for itselfâ€™. This work is still going strong more than 30 years later and there are now nearly 150 volunteers.
community. You can call in for coffee and home made cake or have one of the lovely daily special home cooked lunches. There is plenty of parking outside.
The completion of the ADCT Centre in 2012 made it possible to further expand the services offered, to include counselling for anyone over the age of 18, support for people living with dementia and their carers, outings to places of interest, an arts and crafts group, lunch clubs providing over 500 meals each month and a range of transport services, making at least 2000 journeys each month. New services are introduced in response to local need, for example a Personal Assistant service has recently been launched, this might include providing help with light housework, shopping, help to prepare meals and befriending. This new service is a further example of support which helps people to live independently in their own homes for longer. A day care service has also been introduced at Green Lane View in Aylsham on Wednesdays. The charity has recently expanded to the North Walsham area and runs care services from Meeting Hill and St Nicholas Church Hall. The ADCT Centre also houses the Orange Blossom CafĂŠ which is open from Monday to Friday to everyone in the
As with most small charities, trying to find the money to continue this crucially important work is a huge challenge. Income is secured through the receipt of fees for services, room hire, corporate support, individual gifts and donations from the community or grant making trusts. One strand of income that has really helped to maintain and develop the services is when someone leaves a donation in their will. This has made all the difference. Please consider ADCT if you are making a will.
If you would like to find out more about ADCT, please look at the website www.aylshamcaretrust.co.uk or call Alison on 01263 733385 or pop in and see us at The ADCT Centre.
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Relationships: we value and work hard to develop good relationships. Enjoyment: we make learning purposeful and fun for everyone. Forest School
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enhance, enrich and complement our day to day curriculum in
can be expressed in many ways and means different things to different people. It has a family feel, a strong focus on relationships, a very positive approach to education, and a strong connection to St Michael’s Church. The School cultivates and nurtures care and respect, and has a constant drive to improve, for our own sakes and for those of our children and families. St Michael’s School becomes a Primary and Nursery in September 2018. Governors’ intentions in making both these changes are • to maintain the proud tradition of St Michael’s as a Church of England School with a strong and distinctive ethos • to provide the very best education we can for the children in our School • to preserve and increase meaningful parental choice in the primary phase in Aylsham • and to build upon our strong bond with the local Church community. Our School was built in 1848 on land belonging to an early grammar School founded by Robert Jannys, a rich merchant from Norwich. A hundred years later the Church of England relinquished aspects of the School’s administration to the Local Education Authority, making it a Voluntary Controlled School. Then in January 2017 we changed status and became a Voluntary
both Foundation Stage and Key Stage One. Forest School times help children develop self-esteem, independence and selfconfidence and develop new skills, but they are also fun and ideal for getting vital exercise and fresh air. We see children become more courageous and considerate. We see them learn to work with others and respect the world around them. We see that the Forest School experience has a really positive impact on work in the classroom, as well as their well-being. St Michael’s School continues to develop in many exciting ways so that it can go on providing a rich and happy experience for all our children. John of Gaunt Infant & Nursery School Tel: 01263 732844 www.johngaunt.norfolk.sch.uk John of Gaunt is part of the Aylsham Learning Federation which provides education for children from ages 3 to 16. We are also part of the Aylsham Cluster Trust which works together to transform education for children and families in the Aylsham area. John of Gaunt is a very happy and ambitious school, where all staff work well together to bring about continuous improvement and has high aspirations for all children. We currently have 174 children on roll but we are a growing school, due to extensive
housing development within the town. We have six classes in the
main school and a purpose built Nursery, which will open in
These are the values which underpin our School and express our vision for the future: Independence: we teach children to be independent learners. Nurture: we care for each child and help them to grow and flourish. Spirituality: as a church School, we nurture and respect faith. Potential: we develop children’s individual strengths and believe that everyone can be successful.
September 2018. The main school is two form entry from Reception to Year 2. In our Nursery, we offer provision from age 3 and this can be for up to 50 weeks of the year or term time only. We are very lucky to have some beautiful grounds surrounding our school and we have a designated woodland area where we do lots of outdoor learning. Our children have lots of space to run around and we all take part in the daily mile.
Inclusion: we hold that EVERY child and family matters.
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Education Primary Bure Valley School Tel:01273 733393 www.burevalleyschool.org.uk We are a thriving community school, with a rich and engaging curriculum, modern facilities and expansive grounds. We work in partnership with parents and carers to create well-rounded children, who are knowledge rich, demonstrate good behaviours
The school is values driven, providing a well-rounded education for children aged 11 to 16. Aylsham High offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities as well as a wide variety of opportunities for student to show leadership within their community. Executive Headteacher, Duncan Spalding, “I cannot praise our staff and students highly enough. They are what makes our community so special and what makes Aylsham High School such
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Our school motto is that all children can achieve in a climate of Care, Creativity and Challenge. We expect our pupils to act as role models for others, be hard-working and have high aspirations for themselves. We are federated with John of Gaunt Infant and Nursery School and Aylsham High School - as part of the Aylsham Learning Federation. This means that all three schools share Mr Spalding as Executive Head Teacher and are governed by the same governing board. This enables smooth transition from one setting to the other. Together, we have a reputation for offering
The recently refurbished swimming pool at Aylsham High School is now available for the local community to use under a reasonably priced membership scheme. The facilities have been refurbished to an extremely high standard, offering an excellent facility for the community 7 days a week. This is the first stage of a larger offer being planned by the school under the name of Aylsham Sports Hub, which will next year see additional leisure and fitness facilities added to the membership package. For more info call 01263 738966 or follow them on www.facebook.com/aylshamsportshub
the children of Aylsham and surrounding villages a good education. Bure Valley School is also an active member of The Aylsham Cluster Trust - a cooperative of local schools who work closely together to offer each other challenge and support.
Secondary Aylsham High School Tel: 01263 733270 www.aylshamhigh.com Aylsham High School is a good school with outstanding provision for the personal development, behaviour and welfare of students. It’s recent Ofsted report (May 18) praised leaders, teachers and support staff for the quality of education that the school provides. Inspectors noted that “attainment at key stage 4 [GCSE] continues to be high, and pupils’ overall progress remains strong.”
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Places of Worship
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Aylsham Parish Church “The Church in the Market Place with a heart for community” Aylsham Parish Church is dedicated to St Michael & All Angel’s and is a Grade 1 Listed building located in the heart of Aylsham’s Market Place. We are open everyday and there is always something going on. Our Church looks to welcome all people and not just those who join us for our Sunday worship. Worship & Sunday Services 8.00am: 10.15am:
Holy Communion (quiet & traditional) Holy Communion with Choir & Sunday Club for young people All Age Worship (every 4th Sunday) Choral Evensong (every 4th Sunday)
There is also a service of Holy Communion every Wednesday at 10.30am. (If you or a family member are unable to attend service due to illness we are always happy to visit) Weekday Activities Monday: Tuesday:
Monday Sale, Foodbank & Cafe Julian Group (Monthly) Bell Ringers Wednesday: Evening Study Group Thursdays: FREE Baby & Toddler Café from 9am FREE After School Group Mothers ‘Union (monthly) Vocalights Community Choir Friday: New Brew Wellbeing Café Pilates Choir
We also host regular Concerts, Half Term Activity Days, Free Summer Activities for children, talks and lectures. We also run a Youth Group and arrange regular trips out. Life’s Celebrations Please get in touch with us if you would like to talk about celebrating Christenings, Weddings or a special anniversary. We are also happy to speak to you about funeral arrangements or memorials and there is always candles here that can be lit to remember special people. Contact: Aylsham Parish Church is part of the Aylsham & District Team Ministry, a network of 17 Churches around Aylsham which work together. Revd Canon Andrew Beane (Team Rector) 01263 704457 Email email@example.com Web www.aylshamparishchurch.org.uk Facebook www.facebook.com/aylshamparishchurch Find us also on Twitter @aylshamchurch and Instagram #aylshamparishchurch The Revd Canon Andrew Beane Rural Dean of Ingworth The Vicarage, Cawston Road, Aylsham, NR11 6NB t. 01263 732686 m. 07898 932654 e. firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Forge – a warm welcome awaits you! OPEN 6 DA A WE YS 12.00 -2 EK 3.00
Tim and Koi offer a warm welcome at The New Forge, Aylsham, a restaurant of English and Thai fusion.
Serving freshly prepared Thai and English food six days a week, the extensive menus cater for all ages and palates. Booking is always recommended as despite being able to seat over 130 people, we do fill up quickly during peak periods. However, we will always try to find you a table as soon as possible if you don’t have a booking during these times. On warmer days, our covered patio area and our extensive garden offer additional seating for that relaxing outdoor experience, and our children’s play area offers entertainment for the younger ones.
Tuesday-Thursday 12.00-14.30 & 17.00-20.30 Friday-Saturday 12.00-21.00 Sundays 12.00-20.30 (Sunday Carvery 12.00-15.00) Closed Mondays except for Bank Holiday
www.thenewforge.co.uk The New Forge, Norwich Road, Aylsham, Norfolk NR11 6UD
Places of Worship Aylsham Methodist Church Lay Pastor – Ray Horne 01263 731347 / email@example.com • Sunday Morning Worship & Sunday Club 10am • Midweek Prayer & Bible Study Groups • ‘Care & Share’ Groups • Tiny Tots 9.30am – 2 pm Mondays & Wednesdays • Messy Church 2.30 6pm every 3rd Saturday • Women’s Housegroup 7.30pm every 3rd Monday • Inspired Gardeners 10.30am – 12 noon every 2nd Thursday • Art & Craft Group 2pm Thursdays • ‘Coffee ‘n’ Cake’ 10am-12 noon Fridays ..and much more http://www.northnorfolkmethodist.org.uk/aylsham.htm
St John of the Cross Catholic Church The Church of St John of the Cross in White Hart Lane is the focal point for Catholics in Aylsham and surrounding villages. Sunday Mass is at 9 am and is attended by a lively and vibrant congregation. Visitors are always welcome. There is also a weekday Mass on Friday morning at 9.30 am. Contact: 01692 403258 Website: www.sacredheartnorthwalsham.com Quakers in Aylsham The term ‘Quaker’ was a nickname applied in the 17th Century to the reformers associated with what became known as The Religious Society of Friends. Today we are an open community who share a way of life, not a set of beliefs. Our unity is based on shared understanding and a shared practice of silent worship - a communal stillness where anyone present may be led to speak. We seek to experience God directly - internally, in relationships with others, and with the world. Our Meeting is one element in a network across the country. All offer a welcome to anyone who might wish to attend. Quakers try to put their faith into action by living with honesty and integrity. This means speaking the truth to all, including people in positions of power. Our commitment to peace arises from the conviction that love is at the heart of existence and that all human beings are unique and equal. For further information see www.quaker.org.uk Our meeting house is located in Peggs Yard, off Red Lion Street. Accessible for the disabled. Worship 10.30-11.30 on Sundays.
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Places of Worship
Aylsham Community Church & Jubilee Family Centre
Phone: 01263 733332 Email: email@example.com Aylsham Community Church is a Relational Mission church, part of Newfrontiers.
We meet every Sunday to enjoy being family together and to worship God. Our services are informal in style with contemporary worship music, teaching from the bible and the opportunity, for anyone who wishes, to receive prayer.
The Salvation Army
During our time together there are groups and activities for children and young people.
The Salvation Army is a well known Christian Church and charity and is situated on Hungate Street.
Our Sunday morning meetings start with refreshments from 10am – we hope you’ll join us!
Our Sunday worship commences at 10:45am. On the first Sunday of the month we have a Songs of Praise at 3pm. All are invited to either service and will receive a warm welcome.
The following activities are run by members of the church: · Sycamore Tree – a club for people with memory problems and related difficulties in daily living and for their carers. · Jubilee Tots – for young children from babies to pre-school and open to families in Aylsham and nearby families. · The Attic – fortnightly youth club for those at high school. · MakeLunch – volunteers offer a free, healthy lunch with some great activities during school holidays as a bit of relief for families where budgets are tight. For more information visit our website aylshamcommunitychurch.org Aylsham Community Church meets at Jubilee Family Centre, Norwich Road, Aylsham, NR11 6JG
There is also a friendly atmosphere at our weekly coffee morning each Monday from 9:30am to 12:30pm. For information please contact Major Valerie Morgan on 01263 733883. We also run a community shop in Red Lion Street selling secondhand clothing, small items of furniture, bric-a-brac, books, jigsaws etc. For information regarding the shop please contact our manager Wendy on 01263 735713. www.salvationarmy.org.uk/aylsham
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“Supporting Commerce and Community” Photo: Adam Payne Photography
Previously known as the Aylsham Traders, Aylsham Business and Enterprise Forum (ABEF) is the local Chamber of trade supporting businesses, organisations and charities in and around Aylsham. Following the receipt of Portus money a few years ago it was decided that, as a bustling Cittislow town with an abundance of diverse businesses, organisations, clubs and societies, the local business chamber should be rounded and supportive to all organisations. We have found that in a thriving town like Aylsham the more traditional business chamber needed to be updated to support, communicate and benefit as a forum. In JUNE 2016 we were so excited to launch the Aylsham App that has and will continue to be funded by ABEF. The founder of the App, Adam Payne from Norfolk Geeks, is an avid supporter of local businesses, clubs and societies. Aylsham has so much to offer and the App is an innovative way to source information about local businesses discounts and local events. By becoming a member of ABEF your business will also be added to the App which offers extremely competitive advertising for your business. As a chamber and forum, we have a varied program of meetings including business breakfasts, networking events and talks by local experts on a wide range of subjects. We are proud of our slow food town and believe that our forum helps facilitate business to business interaction alongside the community organisations so members can gain support and build on local connections. We believe that working together on projects such as car parking, town signs, events, planning matters, charity events and this year’s GoGoHares and more keeps Aylsham as special and vibrant as it is. The aim of all of our members is to strive to increase the footfall both in the town centre and for out of town businesses. We work with the Town Council and District Council to ensure that Aylsham has a voice in matters affecting businesses and organisations within the local area and to support and promote our town. If you are not a member or you are new to Aylsham please do not hesitate to come and find us on the contact details below. The website includes more information, a list of current members and any incentives. Our membership is currently £60.00 per year which includes advertising on the Aylsham App and on the ABEF website. Download the Aylsham App for free on android and apple phones @ app.discoveraylsham.org Contact us for more details :Chair@abef.co.uk Vicechair @abef.co.uk Sec@abef.co.uk www.abef.org.uk
Gardens open 11am â€“ 5 pm Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Sundays to 2nd Sept 2018 Please see website for full events programme | Please contact us for wedding & private parties
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Photo: Blickling Hall
Aylsham has many attractions for all the family right on
Steam train fans should head for the lovely Bure Valley
Railway. Here you can journey south through picturesque
The National Trust’s Blickling Hall is a magnificent Jacobean house, complete with stunning gardens that was home to the Boleyn family from 1499-1505. Tour the house, enjoy the formal garden or visit one of the many exhibitions held here. The Estate is also home to many events including its popular, traditional summer Prom.The
Norfolk countryside to the town of Wroxham and back on Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge railway. You can even combine your steam train ride with a boat trip on Wroxham’s Broad. The Railway holds many special events throughout the year including Santa Trains and the chance to drive a train yourself.
Blickling Estate’s extensive parkland has many amazing
Head to Redwings Horse Sanctuary in the town for the
sights including the Tower, Great Wood and Mausoleum.
chance to meet and even cuddle a friendly horse or donkey.
Their new multi-use trail offers good access to walks or
The charity has five visitor centres across the county and
cycle rides whatever the weather. There is also a second-
works tirelessly to rescue and care for badly treated
hand book shop, plant centre, courtyard cafe and local pub
animals. With free entry and free parking , Redwings is
The Buckinghamshire Arms is the perfect place to recharge
great for a family day out.
your batteries after a fun, family day out.
There are many other local attractions within easy reach of
Each August, the popular Aylsham Show comes to the
Aylsham including the Mannington Estate, Felbrigg Hall,
Blickling Estate offering the chance to watch a range of
the popular North Norfolk coastline, the fine city of
displays, listen to music, sample fantastic local food and
Norwich and the iconic Norfolk Broads.
drink and keep the children entertained with a range of activities.
Redwings Horse Sanctuary Aylsham Visitor Centre
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Follow the brown tourist signs Meet friendly rescued horses and donkeys at Redwings Aylsham, north of Norwich, NR11 6UE Open 10am to 4pm every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday
www.redwings.org.uk | 0870 040 0033 36
Clubs, Societies & Organisations
Photo: Jaqui Harmer
Aylsham Art and Craft Group
Aylsham & District Probus Club
Contact: Paul James, 01263 733736
Contact: Eric Bone, 01263 731172 /
Aylsham Badminton Club
Contact: Steven Portas, 01263 768872
Aylsham & District Wildlife Society
Aylsham Blind Club
Contact: Elizabeth Stimpson, 01603 278272
Aylsham Football Club
Aylsham in Bloom
Contact: Michael McCann, 01263 734104
Aylsham Ladies Walking Group
Aylsham Bowling Club
Contact: Pam Bond, 01263 731 336
Contact: Maurice Burton, 01263 733387
Aylsham Local History Society
Aylsham Boxing Club
Contact: Shaun Norton, 01603 755428
Aylsham Netball Club
Aylsham Brass Band
Contact: Joy Haycocks, 01263 733514
Contact: Jane Cordukes, 01692 652209
Aylsham and North Walsham Bridge Circle
Aylsham Country Market
Contact: Ann Melville, 01263 733889
Contact: Deby Kidd, 01263 862396/
Aylsham Picture House
Aylsham & District Flower Club
Aylsham and Reepham Childrenâ€™s Centre
Contact: Crystal Dyball, 01603 291190
Contact: 01263 735574
Photo: The Aylsham Show
Clubs, Societies & Organisations Aylsham Roman Project
Fundraisers Aylsham and District
Contact: Lesley Willcocks, 01263 734115
Aylsham Round Table
Girlguiding Norfolk (Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and
Contact: Paul Wright, 07768 817657
Aylsham Scouts/Cubs and Beavers
Contact: 01603 502590
Contact: 01603 502246
Contact: 01263 734801
Contact: Caroline Bull, 01263 731170,
Norfolk Freemasonry (Aylsham Lodges)
Contact: 0800 035 6090
Aylsham St Giles Cricket Club
Norfolk Photography Group
Contact: Jeremy Cocks, 07764 210439
Contact: Gordon Woolcock, 07827 481143
Aylsham Table Tennis Club
North Walsham and Aylsham District Skylarks
Contact: John Hall, 07999 971650
(Singing for Fun)
Aylsham Tennis Club
Contact: Louise Lim, 07841522601/
Contact: Membership Secretary - Robert Harmon
Rotary Club of Aylsham
Coaching - Rachel Goldson, 07979 093688
Contact: Greg Peck, 01263 585020.
Contact: Ruth White, (01263 733201)
Slow Food Aylsham
Contact: Jean StClair, 01263 735955 / 07703 260519
Sycamore Tree, Jubilee Centre
Aylsham WI Contact: Loretta Chaplin, 01263 735056 Baby Bounce and Rhyme Time, Aylsham Library Contact: 01263 732320
(for people with memory issues) Contact: 01263 734801 Walkers are Welcome Contact: http://aylshamwalkersarewelcome.weebly.com/
Cittaslow Aylsham Contact: Town Council, 01263 733354 ESKA Karate School Contact: Jason Hitchings, 01603 418751
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Window Cleaning Gutter Clearance Pressure Washing and more...
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Bath and Blow Dry | One to One Grooming Clipping | Nail Cutting | Ear Plucking
36 Red Lion Street, Aylsham NR11 6ER Tel: 01263 735254 Email: book@DogStopShop.co.uk
Lavenders Blue Specialist Florist
Modern Thinking Traditional Skills 7 Red Lion Street Aylsham NR11 6ER Tel: 01263 735593 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lavendersblueflorist.co.uk
CARPETS Now offering a Home Selection Service
J CHRISTIAN JEWELLERS 54 Red Lion Street, Aylsham Tel: 01263 732295
Carpets, Vinyl, Blinds www.aandmcarpets.co.uk email@example.com
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Repairers of all jewellery, watches and clocks. Gold buying centre. Secondhand jewellery bought and sold.
ANN COLMAN CRAFTY CARDMAKING 64 Yaxley Lane, Aylsham NR11 6DY Cardmaking classes – beginners welcome
(booking essential) or visit by appointment for materials, tools and advice.
See my website or facebook page for details.
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Hallmark cards and balloons
A family and dog friendly pub in Aylsham town centre offering;
5 Market Place, Aylsham Tel: 01263 734505
Home Made Lunches A great selection of beers BT & Sky Live Sport Pool and darts Weekly live music Courtyard Garden Outside seating A friendly, lively pub open all day every day
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A-Z Directory of Advertisers ACCOUNTANTS p26 RAK Accountancy
ESTATE AGENTS p2 Arnolds Keys
JEWELLERS p42 J.Christian Jewellers
ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES p32 Anderson-Dungar
FASHION p10 Amika Ladies Boutique p6 Blossom & Green p43 Kayes of Aylsham
MARKETS p42 Country Markets
ATTRACTIONS p47 Blickling Estate p34 Bure Valley Railway p34 Mannington Estate p36 Redwings Horse Sanctuary
FINANCIAL ADVISORS p32 Alan Cook p18 Hansells
OPTICIANS p41 Abbott and Murdoch
AUCTION HOUSES Back page – Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
FIRES & FIREPLACES p10 Heatcraft Anglia Ltd
PUBLIC HOUSES p43 The Unicorn
BOOKSHOPS p20 Norfolk children’s Book Centre
FLORISTS p42 Lavenders Blue
CARD SHOPS p43 Celebrations
FUNERAL HOMES p26 Ivan Fisher
PUBLISHING p44 ARTSeast Magazine p41 Falcon Publications p44 Just Aylsham
CARPETS p42 A&M Carpets
GALLERY & FRAMING SERVICES p44 Broadland Framers & Gallery
CHOCOLATIERS p43 Carousel Chocolates
GARAGES p18 Dunkirk Garage p20 JLH Autos
CRAFTS p30 Alby Crafts & Gardens p43 Ann Colman Crafy Cardmaking
GIFTS & HOMEWARE p10 Lucy’s Handpicked home
DENTISTS p16 Aylsham Dental Practice
GROUNDS CARE EQUIPMENT p10 Ben Burgess
DOG GROOMING p42 The Dog Stop
GYMS p40 Aylsham Community Gym
DOG TRAINING p44 Aylsham Dogs
HOMECARE SERVICES p16 Support me at Home
ELECTRICAL GOODS & SERVICES p43 Cooks Electrical Services p30 JB Postle & Son Ltd
INSURANCE SERVICES p28 FC Gardner & Co.
NURSERIES p44 Dawnies Little Stars Nursery
RESTAURANTS p28 The New Forge SCHOOLWEAR p43 Kayes of Aylsham SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS p44 Norfolk Sewing Machine Service SOLICITORS p18 Hansells p47 Spire Solicitors TAKEAWAYS p42 Bond’s Chip Shop TRAVEL AGENTS p6 Wroxham Travel @ Aylsham VETERINARY SURGERY p20 Aylsham Vets WINDOW CLEANING p41 The Outdoor Cleaning Company
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