Amenities and history
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 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
- http://www.theriversideinn.org - The Riverside Inn at Aymestrey
- Aymestrey on Google Maps: Hybrid, Map
- Aymestrey in the Domesday Book
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