Aston Clinton is a village and civil parish close to the A41 road in Buckinghamshire, England between Tring and Aylesbury.
The parish covers 3,809 acres (1,541 ha) and is about 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Aylesbury and has an approximate population of 4,128.
The village is at the foot of the chalk escarpment of the Chiltern Hills at the junction of the pre-historic track the Icknield Way and Akeman Street Roman Road. It is bisected both at the northern end of the parish by the Aylesbury Arm and in the centre of the parish by the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal.
Parish Council elections - May 7th 2015
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Precept - for a breakdown of the precept, please click here
Aston Clinton School
and Aston Clinton
Parish Council say
to dog fouling!
The Pavilion (formerly the Hub).
Pavilion Survey - Summary of results
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Pavilion - Expressions of Interest
for occupying The Pavilion
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