This village, township and parish are about 116 miles north of London, 2.5 miles east-by-north of Bingham and 12 miles due east of Nottingham. The River Smite passes through the parish. The parish covers 1,191 acres.
The village name is often spelled as "Aslocton", "Aslokton" or "Aslacton". If you are planning a visit:
By automobile, the village is just north off of the A52 trunk road, heading east out of Nottingham.
Alan MURRY-RUST has a photograph of the Village Sign on Geograph, taken in April, 2014.
Richard CROFT has a photograph of the Thomas Cranmer Centre on Geograph, taken in July, 2011. Stop in and ask for a schedule of forth-coming events.
Samuel MORLEY of Aslocton won the Victoria Cross while serving in the 2nd Btln., Royal Arrmy Service Corps in India in 1858. The award was given to him in 1860. Morley died at age 58, on 16 June 1888 in Nottingham.