Grendon Underwood Buckinghamshire
A rural village in the Vale of Aylesbury
Church History

Church History

St Leonard, to whom the Church is dedicated, lived in Gaul in the sixth century.  He was the son of a noble family and gave up a career at court to become a monk.  He is known as the Saint of all those possessed, either of evil spirits or of disease, and of all prisoners and captives - in fact of all who need to be unchained, physically or mentally.

The Church is a Grade II* listed building.  The first documented record occurs in 1223 when the Bishop of Lincoln collated Robert Haldien of Banbury to the church.

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