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Tag: Long Crendon

The Lion’s Well, Long Crendon

The Ordnance Survey map of 1901 marks the spring as Lion Spring. Today the stone work still stands, but in a state of disrepair.

Needlemaking in Long Crendon

THIS delightful tale of a visit to Long Crendon, when the age of needlemaking was about to die, first appeared in The Redditch Indicator in 1892.

The secret tunnel from Notley Abbey

There is a legend of an underground tunnel that runs from Notley Abbey, near Long Crendon, to The Prebendal, at Thame.

Ghosts of Long Crendon

In the village of Long Crendon there are reports of a ghostly horse rider who can still be heard galloping through the village.

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