Aldbury Parish Home
Aldbury Parish Home
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Welcome to the official website of Aldbury Parish Council


The parish of Aldbury in Hertfordshire includes the village of Aldbury and the hamlet of Tring Station. We are a small community of around 450 households, two wonderful pubs, a café and a Village Shop and Post Office. We also have a Church of England Primary and Nursery School, St John the Baptist Church, a garage and three different community halls which can be booked for events.

Tring train station, with direct links to Euston Station, is found within our parish boundary which also extends into the glorious Ashridge Forest,
managed by the National Trust, and the historic Bridgewater Monument.
The Grand Union Canal, the Ridgeway and the Icknield Way all run through the parish.

Our Parish Clerk, Gosia Turczyn, would be delighted to assist,
should you have questions or suggestions as to how we could improve this site.
parishclerk@aldburyparish.org.uk or 07956 338073


REPORTING CRIME

Low crime, sadly, does not mean no crime.
Please consider this advice and joining OWL neighbourhood watch here.

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Photo credits: Brian Dumpleton, Jack Rowan Photography,Lucy Carmody, Jake Hingston

Emergency notice
Covid 19
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Council meetings are being held in the Aldbury Memorial Hall on the first Monday of each month at 8 pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

02 August 2021

Council Meeting

Aldbury Memorial Hall Monday 8:00 pm View Details

Latest Parish News

Vacancy for Parish Councillor

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June 2021
Vacancy for Parish Councillor.


There is a vacancy for Parish Councillor. If you wish to apply  please email parishclerk@aldburyparish.org.uk The closing date is 30th July 2021. For more information about the Parish Council Co-option procedures please click here.

Ashridge National Trust

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March 2021
Q&A session with Ashridge National Trust - Part 1

Ashridge National Trust has provided the following response to questions put to them by the Parish Council on behalf of parishioners. The Council would like to express its gratitude to Ashridge NT and in particular to Emily Smith, Countryside Manager of the Estate, for her time and effort in putting this response together. Please see part 1 and part 2 of the articles attached.