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Aspley Guise is a village in Central Bedfordshire just over the county border from Woburn Sands. It is in the Borough of Milton Keynes situated about 6 miles by road from Central Milton Keynes.

The village is served by Aspley Guise railway station on the Bletchley to Bedford line which runs through Marston Vale. It is just a short distance from Junction 13 of the M1 motorway. The name of Aspley Guise is believed to be derived from the de Guise family who owned much of the land during Tudor times. Mary de Guise was the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Woburn is located 5 miles south of ilton Keynes and near to Junction 13 of the M1. Famous for it's Safari Park and Abbey, Woburn still retains it's old worlde charm. In previous centuries it was an important stop on the national coaching network and had the first 24 hour post office outside of London.

Ceanfield is situated midway between Milton Keynes and Bedford. The village has a population of nearly 5,000 people and it well served with local shops and businesses. Cranfield is home to the Cranfield University, one of Britain's leading technical education and research establishments.
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Aspley Guise Cricket Club - Web Site
Aspley Guise District Riding Club - Web Site
Aspley Guise & Woburn Sands Golf Club - Web Site

Aspley Guise Cub Scouts - Web Site
Chameleons Drama Group - Web Site
Country Players Amateur Dramatic Society (Wootton) - Web Site
Sounds Familiar Community Choir (Cranfield) - Web Site
Woburn Sands & District Society - Web Site
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