Wingrave is around 4 miles north-east of Aylesbury. The village centres around the recreation ground and features many houses and cottages constructed in Tudor Revival style erected by Hannah de Rothschild in the 19th century, tied to their link with the local ‘Mentmore Estate’.
Local amenities and entertainment
Around the village there are a variety of amenities including a village hall, church, post office and a 17th century pub, The Rose and Crown, which provides food. Wingrave also benefits from having football pitches, a local cricket club, tennis club and the surrounding open countryside for walks and relaxation.
For schooling, the village has a primary school: Wingrave Church of England Combined School and for secondary education, the area is served by Cottesloe Secondary School in Wing alongside Aylesbury’s secondary school.
There are easy road links to Aylesbury, Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard as Wingrave has access to the A413. With both Aylesbury and Tring railway stations providing rail links to London Marylebone and London Euston, it is a huge advantage for those commuting. Alongside the train, there are regular bus services which connect to Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard.
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