Queens Park Arts Centre, Aylesbury

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Queens Park is a late Victorian / early Edwardian area of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England. It was one of the first developments outside the historic centre of the town, lying just south of the Aylesbury branch of the Grand Union Canal. Queens Park is mainly made up of terraced cottages with the occasional later semi-detached or detached property. Non-residential property is limited to the Queens Park Centre, a local arts and crafts venue, and the Millwrights public house.Bordering Queens Park to the south is the hamlet of Walton.Images
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  • I used to come here a lot when I was younger, and I still come now as I volunteer with AYA who are based here. there is a whole range of activities to do, there is nothing around Aylesbury like it! On...  more »
  • Come see for yourselfs ! Be prepared for Great music plays comedy exhibition and workshops hiden jem studed with cracking people!  more »
  • A great venue with so much to offer to all ages with all sorts of different arts and crafts to do. I attend a life drawing class at the moment but have done a Stained glass course before.  more »
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  • Such a wonderful place. We go to pottery workshops 2 or 3 times a week but there is something for everyone. The facilities are good but the staff and tutors are really excellent. I feel lucky to live near here.
  • Went to watch a show with a friend and had a really good evening. The show was great and staff were great too x
  • Fantastic resource for the town. Amazing workshops and events run by enthusiastic and helpful staff. Evening events too. You can do woodcarving, pottery, painting, guitar, writing, sewing, dancing, singing, and many more. Check it out online or pick up a brochure.
  • This place is not following through with its potential. It was formed from an infant school in a very poor area of the town. It is making a great effort, but should not limit itself by its past. It is now closed for the summer!!! The very time families need to have somewhere to go it is closed. The centre may need a rest, but we have a population of 100 thousand people in the Aylesbury area so why is it not gaining more support? It is suffering from lack of ambition. Dynamic it is as an independent charity, however there is much more scope for cultural activities. Where are the new buildings for the creative art development? Queens Park Centre is a postage stamp where it should be painting the town red on a regular basis!!!
  • Same as queens park one & the same it's a very good venue
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