Aley Green

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Aley Green
Aley Green, Wesleyan Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 168648.jpg
Wesleyan chapel
Aley Green is located in Bedfordshire
Aley Green
Aley Green
Aley Green shown within Bedfordshire
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BedfordshireCoordinates: 51°51′05″N 0°26′49″W / 51.85137°N 0.44683°W / 51.85137; -0.44683

Aley Green is a hamlet located in Bedfordshire, England.

Aley Green is located within the civil parish of Caddington (where the 2011 Census population was included). However the cemetery and the southern end of Mancroft Road (Including the Aley Green Methodist Church) are in the parish of Slip End, though they are considered to be part of Aley Green.

Throughout its history, Aley Green has been a border settlement between Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. The settlement formerly straddled the border of the two counties, until boundary changes in 1965 which brought Aley Green entirely into Bedfordshire.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service - Community Archives - Aley Green - Introduction

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