Aylesbury Canal Society

Contact Us

You can contact us using the form below, or by using the other contact details.

Alternatively you can email secretary@aylesburycanal.org.uk.

Address

Aylesbury Canal Society
Circus Field Basin
Stocklake
Aylesbury
HP20 1AP

Sat Nav users please read note below

These directions have been provided by Aylesbury Canal society of how to get to Aylesbury Circus Fields basin due to it being a new build with a post code that is not relevant to our current location, hence Sat Navs users using the Post Code HP20 1AP will not find us easily!!!

Map reference SP 835141.

Aylesbury Canal Society is opposite Askeys (Silver Spoon) HP20 1DS at the junction of Stocklake, Oakfield Road and Douglas Road.

It is a very large buff brick building with a grey roof.

From South (M25)

Leave the M25 at junction 10 signposted to Aylesbury (A41). When you have reached Aylesbury turn right at the Esso garage, cross the canal bridge. Askeys is on your left opposite. Turn right into the lane and the entrance is immediately on your right.

From High Wycombe

Come into Aylesbury past Stoke Mandeville Hospital and follow signs to A41 Watford. Turn left at Esso Garage – see above.

From Oxford Coming into Aylesbury on the A418

Pass the College & School on your right ( roundabout with a bus route bypass). Cross 2 roundabouts – the second one is a double one. Drive down Buckingham Road A413 ( 0.5 mile) Right at Traffic Lights onto Elmhurst Rd ( A4157). Cross road sign posted A41 to London. Askeys is on your right opposite turn left into lane and entrance is immediately on your right.

From the North (M1)

Leave the M1 at junction 14 (Milton Keynes exit), turn right and follow signs for Aylesbury. Take the A4146 to Leighton Buzzard and then the A418 to Aylesbury. Turn left at the first major roundabout you come to in Aylesbury, sign posted A41 to London. Askeys is on your right opposite turn left into lane and entrance is immediately on your right.

If you are using a map there is a back route from both Bierton and the A41

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