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St Mary's Church, Fleet Marston

This is the Anglican church where John Wesley preached his first sermon after his ordination. He also preached that same afternoon at nearby Upper Winchendon.

The church was built in the 12th and 13th centuries and now consists of only a chancel, nave and a porch. Whilst no longer in regular use, it does occasionally hold services, and is open to visitors.

Additional visitor information
Access is via the reclamation yard.  There is currently no access outside of opening hours.

Also nearby
Waddesdon Manor House and Gardens 2 miles away along the A41 towards Bicester.


Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire HP18 0PU

Opening
Open daily, Mon - Fri, 7.30 am - 5 pm.

Contact
The Churches Conservation Trust.
Tel: 01223 324442
Email: southeast@thecct.org.uk
Website: www.visitchurches.org.uk

Getting there [SP 779159]
Car: St Mary's Church is situated about 2 miles west of Aylesbury along the A41. It can be accessed via the track to Berryfields Farm.
Train: Train services run regularly to Aylesbury station from London Marylebone.
Bus: Bus service runs from the station along the A41 to Fleet Marston hamlet.


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