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Our Village

Newton Longville is an ancient village located just outside the boundaries of the new town of Milton Keynes, within the county of Buckinghamshire. The original Anglo Saxon name Newington comes from a combination of the words new, ing meaning a group or tribe of people and ton an enclosure. In 1441, when its previous holder died without an heir the Crown bestowed the manor on the Warden and fellows of New College, Oxford

Parts of the Church of England parish church of Saint Faith are late 12th century, but the exterior is largely Perpendicular Gothic.

Newton Longville has a number of cruck-framed thatched houses dating from the mid to late 15th century, with good examples at Moor End.

Newton Longville is twinned with Longueville-sur-Scie in Normandy, France.

The main industry in the village between 1847 and 1991 was brick making. The village had a large brick factory, originally belonging to the Read family, becoming the Bletchley Brick company in 1923, and then taken over by the London Brick Company (LBC) in 1929. The works made Fletton bricks and distributed them all over the country. It was closed in November 1991 after hanson trust brought the company The London Brick Company and is now a proposed new estate

St.Faiths Church

St. Faiths Church

We are a friendly, welcoming church with an active congregation and a strong music tradition which ranges from a music group through to a traditional church choir. We maintain strong links with the other churches in our Benefice and also with the Free Church in the village, with whom we share a service once a month. We try and get together for a Sunday lunch once every two months in the village hall, and this can be a good opportunity to get to know each other. We take an active part in village life, and the church is still central to the village.

Newton Longville Free Church

Our background is rooted in the Baptist and Methodist denominations, but we welcome worshippers of any denomination, or of none.
Our morning worship services take place at 10.00 and are led by a variety of preachers from the local area. On the second Sunday of the month a Communion service is led by one of our ministers,  and all who accept Jesus Christ as their saviour are welcome to participate

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Longueville Hall

Longueville Hall is a modern and well-equipped centre that was opened in 2000. Ideal for wedding receptions, parties, theatre productions, sports classes and more, the hall is used by many different groups and organisations, and hired for many different events by the public. The hall is also well suited for meetings, workshops and business and training needs.

                              Twinning Association
We are a group of like minded people who share a love of France, its people and culture who have formed a voluntary village association to maintain the links with our Longueville Sur Scie counterparts and friends with whom we are twinned in Normandy.
We are a self funded organisation
No French language skills are required, all abilities are welcome, including non French speakers

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Newton Longville Village Hall

2 Paradise Newton Longville

MK17 0AQ


Phone: 01908 379862Mobile 07752  5 72522