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  • Ashendon - Community site explaining the village history, photos with archive back to 1995, current life and facilities in the countryside west of Aylesbury. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
    http://www.ashendon-bucks.co.uk/
  • Ashendon - This Wikipedia encyclopaedia entry describes the village. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashendon
  • Ashendon Village Furniture - Resellers of domestic furniture. Business overview with a list of connected manufacturers and links to their Websites. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
    http://www.ashendonvillagefurniture.co.uk/
  • Gatehangers Inn - Details of the food, accommodation and real ale available, along with opening times and events list. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
    http://www.gatehangers.co.uk/


 

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