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St Mary the Virgin, Fawley Green

St Mary the Virgin, Fawley Green, Fawley, Buckinghamshire RG9 6JA View on map

Twelfth century church with Norman tower, scene of a royal wedding in 1231. South transept contains a beautiful Whitlocke monument and vestry has memorial window by John Piper. The churchyard contains a Freeman Mausoleum Grade II


Opening Arrangements

Everyday between 10am - 4pm


The Church is at Fawley Green, adjacent to the pond. Leave Henley on the A4155. After 1 mile turn left up Icehouse Lane after two miles. The church is on the left of road. Henley on Thames is 3 miles. There is no bus route serving the village.

Parking Spaces


Extra Parking is available at the village hall

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes