Aylesham is a small village situated between Dover and Canterbury with a population of about 4000.
The village was built in the 1920's to provide housing for the miners who came to work in the Kent coal-mines.
Following the closure of the pits in the 1980s, a wide range of community initiatives have been introduced to provide leisure facilities and employment opportunities.
The Aylesham Master Plan is currently under way to regenerate and expand the village, and includes plans for 1000 new houses.
Find out about what's happening in the village.
Although Aylesham is a small village there is an abundance of activity for people of all ages.
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