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St Edward Shalstone building


St Edmund's is a church serving the village of Shalstone. It is the only place of worship in the village and aims to provide a place where people of all ages and all backgrounds can feel welcome

There is a service at St Edwards on the first Sunday of the month. Click on the Calendar for details.

The church is usually open during the day.

SHALSTONE - In the mid 1950’s a Neolithic axe was found in one of the fields of Manor Farm towards Welsh Lane. It is a ceremonial item which was ‘fashioned’ in the ‘axe factory’ near the Langdale Pikes in Cumbria. It would have been brought here as a prestigious present from a visiting tribe to their hosts and is judged to be about 5,000 years old – circa 3,000 BC. It is currently on display at the Old Gaol Museum and is reported to be the oldest artefact discovered in Buckinghamshire.

Useful Links

St Edmund's "A Church Near You" site
News From Shalstone
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