Difference between revisions of "Ayebury (Municipality)"

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==History==
 
==History==
  
After the municipal restructuring of 1965, during which all of Winn's municipalities were refounded, the current area of the municipality became part of three municipalities - [[Loggham (Former Municipality)|Loggham]], [[Ginning]], and [[Rutswayne (Former Municipality)|Rutswayne]]. In 1995, Loggham and Ginning were merged as Ayebury - the town hall in Ayebury, previously of Ginning, became the town hall of the new municipality. In 2010, this municipality merged with the Rutswayne municipality into the current Ayebury. The capital moved to Rutswayne, while the name remained "Ayebury".
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The current area of the municipality of Ayebury historically had always been part of three municipalities - [[Loggham (Former Municipality)|Loggham]], [[Ginning]], and [[Letter (Former Municipality)|Letter]]. In 1995, Loggham and Ginning were merged as Ayebury - the town hall in Ayebury, previously of Ginning, became the town hall of the new municipality. In 2010, this municipality merged with the Letter municipality into the current Ayebury. The capital moved to Letter, while the name remained "Ayebury".
  
 
==Population Centres==
 
==Population Centres==
  
The largest centres in the municipality are [[Ayebury]] and [[Rutswayne]], the capitals of the municipalities before 2010. Vira Isle is included as a population centre, as it is a different postal address, as opposed to other hamlets in the municipality.  
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The largest centres in the municipality are [[Ayebury]] and [[Letter]], the capitals of the municipalities before 2010. Vira Isle is included as a population centre, as it is a different postal address, as opposed to other hamlets in the municipality.  
  
 
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The mayor of Ayebury since 2015 has been [[German Hitfeld]] of the [[WCP (Winn)|WCP]] party. He succeeded [[Mary Mayling]] of the same party, who had been the mayor of the new municipality since its inception in 2010, and had been the mayor of [[Rutswayne (Former Municipality)|Rutswayne]] since 2008.
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The mayor of Ayebury since 2015 has been [[German Hitfeld]] of the [[WCP (Winn)|WCP]] party. He succeeded [[Mary Mayling]] of the same party, who had been the mayor of the new municipality since its inception in 2010, and had been the mayor of [[Letter (Former Municipality)|Letter]] since 2008.
  
 
===In the Barony Senate===
 
===In the Barony Senate===
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==Transport==
 
==Transport==
  
Ayebury is internally primarily connected through the provincial road [[R-552]], which goes from [[Ayebury]] past [[Loggham]] and [[Rutswayne]] towards [[Singall]] and [[Justine]]. The R-552 does not connect to a nearby highway however, exit 3 of the [[N-18]] highway is connected to the R-552 by Rutswayne. Additionally, the [[R-603]] connects Rutswayne to exit 4 of the N-18, which connects to [[Diskwolde]]. Lastly, the bridge over the Thimber by Loggham, the [[R-274]], connects to [[Thimbridge]], [[Saint Salls]] and [[New Winn Bay]].  
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Ayebury is internally primarily connected through the provincial road [[R-552]], which goes from [[Ayebury]] past [[Loggham]] and [[Letter]] towards [[Singall]] and [[Justine]]. The R-552 does not connect to a nearby highway however, exit 3 of the [[N-18]] highway is connected to the R-552 by Letter. Additionally, the [[R-603]] connects Letter to exit 4 of the N-18, which connects to [[Diskwolde]]. Lastly, the bridge over the Thimber by Loggham, the [[R-274]], connects to [[Thimbridge]], [[Saint Salls]] and [[New Winn Bay]].  
  
 
Additionally, there is a railway station in the municipality, [[Chambers Station]], which lies on the [[Chaining Branch]], between [[New Winn Bay Station|New Winn Bay]] and [[Chaining Bath Station|Chaining Bath]]. Due to its small size, service from this station is halved to one train every hour in each direction.
 
Additionally, there is a railway station in the municipality, [[Chambers Station]], which lies on the [[Chaining Branch]], between [[New Winn Bay Station|New Winn Bay]] and [[Chaining Bath Station|Chaining Bath]]. Due to its small size, service from this station is halved to one train every hour in each direction.
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==Bordering Municipalities==
 
==Bordering Municipalities==
  
* [[Saint Salls (Municipality)|Saint Salls]] (NB) to the west
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* [[New Winn Bay (Municipality)|Saint Salls]] (NB) to the west
* [[Diskwolde (Municipality)|Diskwolde]] to the north
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* [[Diskland]] to the north
 
* [[Chaining and Justine]] to the north east
 
* [[Chaining and Justine]] to the north east
 
* [[Hozing River]] to the east
 
* [[Hozing River]] to the east

Revision as of 20:43, 2 December 2020

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Ayebury
Flag of Ayebury

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Municipality in Winn
Capital Letter
Country Winn
Barony Chessic
Region The Hind
Mayor German Hitfeld
Geography
Area 16.30 km2
Population
Population 11430 (2019)
Transport
Highways R-552
Train station Chambers Station
Communication
Postcode CH236 - CH239
Website www.ayebury.wn

Ayebury is a municipality in the south of Chessic, at the estuary of the river Thimber, across from New Winn Bay. It the westernmost of the three coastal municipalities of Chessic.

History

The current area of the municipality of Ayebury historically had always been part of three municipalities - Loggham, Ginning, and Letter. In 1995, Loggham and Ginning were merged as Ayebury - the town hall in Ayebury, previously of Ginning, became the town hall of the new municipality. In 2010, this municipality merged with the Letter municipality into the current Ayebury. The capital moved to Letter, while the name remained "Ayebury".

Population Centres

The largest centres in the municipality are Ayebury and Letter, the capitals of the municipalities before 2010. Vira Isle is included as a population centre, as it is a different postal address, as opposed to other hamlets in the municipality.

Population Centres
Place Inhabitants
Letter 4600
Ayebury 2400
Loggwell 1500
Ginningburgh 1300
Loggham 900
Chambers 600
Vira Isle 130

Politics

Municipal Council

The municipal council of Ayebury has 15 seats. Below is the composition of the municipal council since 2010:

Seats in the Municipal Council
Party 2010 2012 2016 2020
FGW 4 5 4 4
WCP 5 6 5 3
Greens 1 1 0 1
POLL 2 0 - 2
Local Ayebury 3 3 5 4
PFA - 0 1 1

The mayor of Ayebury since 2015 has been German Hitfeld of the WCP party. He succeeded Mary Mayling of the same party, who had been the mayor of the new municipality since its inception in 2010, and had been the mayor of Letter since 2008.

In the Barony Senate

Ayebury has 3 representatives in the Chessic Senate. Currently these are Sam Haysmith (FGW), Lotta Barr (WCP) and Carter Litts (DA).

Transport

Ayebury is internally primarily connected through the provincial road R-552, which goes from Ayebury past Loggham and Letter towards Singall and Justine. The R-552 does not connect to a nearby highway however, exit 3 of the N-18 highway is connected to the R-552 by Letter. Additionally, the R-603 connects Letter to exit 4 of the N-18, which connects to Diskwolde. Lastly, the bridge over the Thimber by Loggham, the R-274, connects to Thimbridge, Saint Salls and New Winn Bay.

Additionally, there is a railway station in the municipality, Chambers Station, which lies on the Chaining Branch, between New Winn Bay and Chaining Bath. Due to its small size, service from this station is halved to one train every hour in each direction.

Bordering Municipalities


FlagAyebury.png Municipality of Ayebury FlagChessic.png
Town: Letter
Villages: Ayebury · Chambers · Ginningburgh · Loggham · Loggwell
Hamlets: Aynhire · Bullondom · Feld · Hidship · Lettranray · Outholt · Overwood · Pallcheat · Wormbane


FlagChessic.png Municipalities of Chessic FlagChessic.png
Ayebury · Chaining and Justine · Diskwolde · Hozing River · Picarn