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The Church

View of St Mary Magdalene Church Flaunden

St Mary Magdalene Church, Flaunden


Interior of church and stained glass window    Photo of a bird on gravestones in the church



St Mary Magdalene Church was erected in 1838. 

The compact plain structure of flint, with brick quoins and dressings

is thought to be the first church to be designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott.



Flaunden Church is in the Benefice of Chenies, Chalfont, Latimer and Flaunden 

and more details can be found at 




Flower Festival 



Some Pictures



Red and yellow flowers near a leaded light window Red and orange flowers and a blue poster in churchAn arrangement of white flowers on a table


Red and yellow flowers with a wood bark arrangement An arc of green foliage with a central flower arrangementThe Easter bunny and a vegetable patch


 A stunning tall arrangement of blue and yellow flowers


Scarecrow with red hat sitting on a grass mound Scarecrow standing with hat and flower in lapelScarecrow group on straw balesLady scarecrow with cloak and bunch of flowers


Harvest Festival

Wheatsheaf BreadFlowers in the fontFlower arrangement on church tableChurch font decorated with flowersFlowers on the pulpit






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