The Village of Astbury


A short history of the village of Astbury from its Anglo Saxon origin to the present day. It covers topics such as the discovery of the Astbury Log Boat, the development of both the Manors of Astbury and Newbold, the importance of the church, and the growth of the village which surrounds it. There are references to the development of road communications, the role of the parish constables and notable inhabitants.

Author: Peter Boon

Booklet size: A5

The Village of Astbury


According to the Domesday book of 1086, Astbury was more important and larger than neighbouring Congleton…

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