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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Aspley area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Aspley area.

Aspley is a ward of the city of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. For a number of centuries the ward consisted of just a number of small settlements and was home to both Broxtowe and Aspley Hall, the latter home to the Willoughby family for a number of generations. In the early 20th century Nottingham City Council, after a number of purchase orders developed the area into a large housing estate.

mong Aspleys most notable residents are those of the Willoughby family, this as a result of their ownership of Aspley Hall. Born at Aspley Hall in 1777.

Aspley has several churches, of which include, Aspley Methodist Church, Aspley Evangelical Church, Aspley Pentecostal Church.

The ward contains three housing estates which consist of Aspley, Broxtowe (not to be confused with the borough Broxtowe) and Bells Lane estate. Aspley has a number of shops, a local library and transport links (by bus) with Nottingham City Centre and surrounding areas. The earliest recording of the area is as 'Aspeleia' in 1108, derived from a word relating to Aspen trees. Originally known as 'Asshelepley Halle', Aspley Hall was constructed in or prior to the 16th century. The hall's original purpose was to house monks from nearby Lenton who had been removed from their previous dwellings due to the dissolution of the monasteries in 1538.

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