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Between Tring and Berkhamsted stands Aldbury, one of the most picturesque villages in Hertfordshire, with timber-framed cottages and historic inns, clustered around the village duck pond, where an old set of stocks still stand. The village was mentioned as Aldeberie in the Domesday Book, when it was valued at £8 and had 8 villagers, 1 freeman, 1 frenchman, 1 smallholder and 4 slaves.

This quintessential English village is treasured by all who are lucky enough to live here and is prized as a location for filming. It has featured in several episodes of Midsomer Murders, Killing Eve and Quiz. 

Aldbury Community Support, a company limited by guarantee, with charitable status was set up during the Covid-19 crisis in 2020 as a result of the village rallying to support our more vulnerable neighbours.

It was felt that the creation of a permanent charity to continue this work could be a suitable memorial to this time. 


Aldbury Community Support exists to support the needs of our community.

Our aim is to maintain, promote and improve the social fabric and sense of community in the village of Aldbury, to enhance communication and cooperation between village organisations and to seek to get things done to make make our community even better.


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