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|Holy Trinity Drayton Parslow 2009-03-06 Hugh J Griffiths|
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|Church of the Holy Trinity, Main Road, Drayton Parslow, MK17 0JS Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom|
The present Church dates from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries although there is some stonework of an earlier date. It is a fine example of an unspoilt simple country Church, the hexagonal font dates from the fifteenth century and has been described as ‘one of the finest in Buckinghamshire’. An alabaster panel depicting the crucifixion was given to Holy Trinity in the nineteen twenties. It is considered by the British Museum to be of a quality more rare than the panel in the Ashmolean, and is thought to have been carved as early as 1430 by the Nottingham School.
English Heritage Listed Building entry.
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