Aylsham is a delightful market town nestled into the North Norfolk countryside. As with many of the other market towns in the county, the weaving brought prosperity in medieval times. Linen was the most important cloth woven until the 15th century. After a gradual decline, wool took over and continued until the industrial revolution.
Agriculture, grain and timber then became the main trades. The Aylsham market which came into being in the 13th century is still a major draw today.
The high street boasts lovely shops and the market square not only offers the visitor great pubs and restaurants but also a chance to admire the georgian architecture.
Blickling Hall, Felbrigg and Wolterton Hall are all within easy reach, so town life can easily be swapped out for a Grand House in the country.
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