The town has a long and colourful history, appearing in the Domesday Book and known to have been inhabited by Romans, it was the Normans who founded All Saints Parish Church, the largest church of this age in the county after having been refashioned in the13th century on a lavish scale.
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he landscape around the town is a patchwork of fields dotted with lush Chiltern beechwoods which provided home and work to the bodgers of the 19th century. These men supplied chair legs turned on a pole lathe in the woods to the local furniture factories. The historic heart of the town is the High Street which features the Guildhall, the Little Market House, known affectionately as the Pepper Pot, designed by Robert Adam, and close by All Saints Parish Church.
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