Bierton is approximately half a mile north-east of Aylesbury. This historic village was first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. Set within the village is Saint James the Great Church dating back to the 14th century. As many historical feature of the village have remained unchanged, you can find a varied range of character properties in the village.
Local amenities and entertainment
The village accommodates the community with local amenities such as sports clubs and pitches as well as local pubs and restaurants. Bierton is surrounded by open countryside and due to the historic nature of the village you will find plenty of interesting walking routes around the Parish.
For those living in Bierton with a family or looking to start one, you will find nurseries, primary and secondary schools all nearby with the choice of grammar schools too. The local primary school serving the area is Bierton Church of England Combined School.
The village is well connected, Bierton is on the A418 which means great access to road links heading to Aylesbury, Milton Keynes, and Leighton Buzzard. For Bierton’s closest train station, it is Aylesbury which offers access to London Marylebone. Alongside the train, buses also run from Bierton to Aylesbury, Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard.
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