LONG CRENDON CHURCH

Buckinghamshire

Long Crendon Church, Buckinghamshire

It is thought that the origins of this church in the attractive village of Long Crendon date to the Norman period. However, whilst under the patronage of Notley Abbey the church was massively enlarged during the 13th Century to form the basis of today's church.

It remained thriving under Notley Abbey until the Dissolution when it was allowed to become an independent Parish Church.

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