The Church of St Mary, Shenley Church End was first recorded in 1223, when the first Rector was recorded. Elements of the church date to the mid 12th century so there is no reason not so suppose the church was much earlier. The stonework of the church spans the Norman and Early English periods. The north aisle was built in the 1300's and the font dates from the 15th century. The bell tower, which houses 6 bells, was contructed in the 15th century and replaced the original tower which collapsed.
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