Church of

St Peter and St Paul



The Church was erected by one of the late Priors of Tickford Abbey in the 1300s on an eminence overlooking the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Lovat. The Church was originally in a cruciform shape and was designed for a spire, but the steeple was never completed due to the Reformation.

It was originally dedicated to St Peter, with St Paul being added in 1506.

Did you know?

Newport Pagnell used to have a castle and some of its remains may have been used in the building of the Church.