Welcome to Aslockton on Line, your guide to the Parish of Aslockton, Nottinghamshire, UK.
Located in the Nottinghamshire area of the Vale of Belvoir, there is evidence of continuous settlement in the Parish since the 5th Century BC. The Birthplace of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556), Aslockton is a vibrant community and still boasts a working blacksmith, a public house, post office, shop and hairdresser. The recently built award-winning Thomas Cranmer Centre is home to an array of clubs and organisations and hosts a number of community events throughout the year.
Parish Council Agenda
Parish Council Minutes
website up-dated - 10.3.14
Welcome to the website for Aslockton. We've tried to give as much information on Aslockton as possible. Please let us know of any additions you feel may make this website more enjoyable and informative. We would like to know of any clubs or organisations we haven't mentioned which we could add, also any dates we could add to our calendar to assist your club or organisation. Also if we have mentioned a club or organisation which is not now appropriate or the details need up-dating, please let us know. Please let us know of any public events you wish to let the villagers of Aslockton know about.
If you have any interesting history of Aslockton you would like mentioned please tell us. We are looking for stories about Aslockton Hall as it used to be, do you have any memories you would like to share, please contact us on the ACA contact page.
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Thomas Cranmer Centre
The Voice newsletter
Transport & travel
Local Clubs & Organisations
Cranmer Youth Club
The Cranmer Arms
Aslockton & Whatton Playing Field
St Thomas Aslockton
Whatton & Aslockton Cricket Club
Aslockton Cranmer FC
Your Local MP
Your local County & Borough Councillors
Aslockton Village is situated off the A52 Nottingham to Grantham Road.
Turn down New Lane via HM Whatton Prison, over the railway crossing, turn right into Abbey Lane. Turn left at the bottom of Abbey Lane on to Main Street. The Parish Church of St Thomas and the Thomas Cranmer Centre NG13 9AL are a little way beyond the Post Office and Village Shop, all situated on the right.