St Mary’s Church, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, taken from Manor Farm, with beautiful purple alliums in the foreground.

The parish church of St Mary the Virgin is of 12th-century Norman
origin, but parts may still remain from its first building which was
Saxon, including the font, which has a drawing of a dragon imprinted on
it. The tower is Early English Gothic and according to some experts, it
is the finest demonstration of an Early English tower in the county.

St Mary’s is a Grade I listed building.

Photo: Damien Ward.

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