Shenley Church End - Civil Parish

Civil Parish

The parish includes Shenley Dens, Shenley Hill, Grange Farm, Crownhill, Oakhill/Woodhill (including Woodhill (HM Prison), Shenley Wood (including Medbourne) and Shenley Church End.

The parish is bounded to the north-east by V4 Watling Street, to the north-west by the border with Calverton parish, to the south-west by the borough boundary with Aylesbury Vale (at Whaddon) and to the south-east by H6 Childs Way.

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