Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire is a project launched in 2018, with only a few churches included at the moment.


St Mary, Linslade, Old (N of town)

Important Church Note:
In 1965 Linslade was transferred from Buckinghamshire to Bedfordshire, and from the Diocese of Oxford to the Diocese of St Albans.
Denomination:
C of E - Dunstable Deanery
Local Authority UA:
Central Bedfordshire UA
Building Location:
Old Linslade Road, Old Linslade (I mile N of Linslade)
Nearest Post Code:
LU7 0DU
O/S Map Reference/NGR:
SP 91022 26818
Latitude & Longitude:
51.93243, -0.67753  Map
Church Web Site:
CofE ACNY Web Site:
Other Web Site Links:
Leighton-Linslade Past Times Information on the churches of Old and New Linslade.

For details of this church on our "Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches" website, please click here


Notes on Stained Glass:The glass in all 9 windows could have been fitted as part of the 1897 restoration. 2 windows include some small panels that probably came from the previous East window.

Introduction to Church:The church is in a surprisingly isolated spot, but the village that occupied the land between the Canal and Railway has long gone, with the exception of the Manor House. The church is essentially a Norman building from the mid 12th Century, which is clearly evident inside by its original Norman Chancel Arch. The windows were enlarged in the 14th Century, and the tower was built in the 15th Century. The church was restored in 1897, all the work being paid for by a churchwarden.

Notable Features:
Norman Norman font (Aylesbury type).
Images of some of the Notable Features in St Mary, Linslade, Old (N of town)

 

A few images of this church, more information will be added in the future.
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Exterior from North.

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Exterior from South East.

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Interior looking East.

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Interior of Chancel.

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