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Baptist Church (former), Cheddington Lane, Long Marston

Just east of the crossroads at the southern end of the village. It dates from 1869 and is now housing called Grace Lodge.

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Wesleyan Church (former), Astrope Lane, Long Marston

Just west of the crossroads at the southern edge of the village is this chapel of 1864 now converted to housing.

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All Saints, Long Marston

Replacing the old church in Chapel Lane, it lies at the north end of the village street. It was designed by Carpenter and Ingelow and built in 1882-83.. the west end was added 1907-08. The building incorporates remains of the old church and an arcade from Tring parish church.

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All Saints old church, Chapel Lane, Long Marston

Off to one side of the village and almost hidden by trees lies the preserved 15th century tower of All saints church. The church was replaced by the new church on the main village road. The body of the church was demolished in 1883.

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