St John the Baptist and St Alkmund's Church, Aymestrey
|Population||351 (2011 Census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Fire||Hereford and Worcester|
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Amenities and historyEdit
Aymestrey is home to several homes and cottages, the church dedicated to St John the Baptist and St Alkmund, a village hall and a pub or Inn: The Riverside Inn, situated next to River Lugg just off the main road.
Aymestrey is featured in the supernatural crime novel Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch, where it is described as being "less a village than a diorama of the last six hundred years of English vernacular architecture stretched along either side of the road.”
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- http://www.Aymestrey.org - Aymestrey Community Website
- https://web.archive.org/web/20170704022837/http://www.theriversideinn.org/ - The Riverside Inn at Aymestrey
- Aymestrey on Google Maps: Hybrid, Map
- Aymestrey in the Domesday Book
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