St. Mary the Virgin, Great Brickhill
St. Mary the Virgin is the Anglican parish church in Great Brickhill, Buckinghamshire, England. It is noteworthy as a Grade II* listed building dating back to the 13th century. It stands about 500 metres north of the village centre at grid reference SP901307.
The south aisle and chapel were erected in 1460 and the north aisle and chapel were added circa 1500. In 1865 the church was heavily restored, the exterior being faced with the local green sand rubble with limestone dressings. Dedicated to St. Mary, it is a fairly large church for the size of the village, able to seat 300.
In the church are memorials of the Duncombe, Barton, Pauncefort, and Chase families.
The church has recently undergone major restoration work.
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