was once thought to be the location
that the Romans called Aquis
but this name is now usually associated
with the town of Buxton in Derbyshire
Doomsday Book (1086)
referred to the village as Alchebarge.
names - for the village include
Alchebarue, Hautebarg, Alke
Bere and Awkeburgh.
name - can be translated to 'the
ridge-like cliff above the mooring pool
of the river'. (Eminson) , alterntively
'wood or grave of a man called
place - (Old English - burh, burg)
local people pronounce the place name