Winslow Buckinghamshire Map and Guide
Winslow map, view the small Bucks market town of Winslow, south-east of Buckingham.
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Winslow Map Buckinghamshire: Interactive map of Winslow, showing the the small market town situated to the south-east of Buckingham and the north-west of Aylesbury in the county of Buckinghamshire in south-eastern England, United Kingdom.
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A small market town located to the north of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, Winslow has a population of around 4,500 and is within the Aylesbury Vale district. An ancient town with a history stretching back to the 8th century, Winslow was originally known as Wineshlauu and was later listed as Wineslai in the Domesday Book.
Winslow's parish church (St Laurence) dates from the 11th century though the Saxons could well have built a wooden church here long before this time. The church was added to through the centuries as the town grew in size. Winslow Hall is said to be a later work of architect Christopher Wren.
Winslow can be reached by road via the A413 between Aylesbury and Buckingham.
Local Attractions: Gulliver's Land Milton Keynes