The Parish of Bledlow with Saunderton and Horsenden

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Bledlow, Holy Trinity
Bledlow church in the spring
Holy Trinity,
Bledlow, stands in a beautiful spring line village at the foot of the Chilterns. One of England's 1,000 best churches and a Grade I listed building, this Romanesque church dates mainly from the 12th and 13th centuries, and is largely unaltered. Its tower has eight bells; the south porch contains Buckinghamshire's oldest doors; the nave has six massive pillars of 1200, each with different foliage patterns at the top; the Norman font is in the Aylesbury style; and fragments of medieval paintings and 16th century texts are on the walls. More
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The church has featured in Midsomer Murders (The Killings at Badger's Drift , A Worm in the Bud, Birds of Prey, and Death's Shadow), Miss Marple, and in The Four Feathers. John Nettles writes 'The churches where we film are romantic and haunting. One of my favourites is Bledlow Church because I love its architecture and simplicity.'
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If you would like to help us maintain this lovely church we would be delighted to hear from you.

The church is open
on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from Easter to October. For other times, please see the details of key-holders displayed in the church porch.

History and detailed description of Bledlow Church.

Bell Ringing
The bells are rung on the first Sunday of the month and for special services. Our friendly ringers welcome anyone who would like to try their hand.
Contact

Flower Arranging
A rota of ladies arranges the flowers. To join them,
contact
Julia Bratt 01844 345775.


Ladies who Lunch meet on the first Wednesday of the month in The Peacock, Henton at 12 noon for a social gathering and a bit to eat. If you would like to join us, just come along and introduce yourself.