Shenley Brook End
|Shenley Brook End|
|Population||25,828 (2011 Census)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Post town||MILTON KEYNES|
|EU Parliament||South East England|
Shenley Brook End is a village, district and civil parish in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. Together with its neighbouring parish, Shenley Church End and the districts of Shenley Wood and Shenley Lodge, the districts are collectively known as "The Shenleys".
The distinction between the Brook End and the Church End happened in the 12th century when a new manor house was constructed in Shenley Brook End by the Mansell family. However, by 1426 the two manors were owned by the same person and the distinction between the two places was in name only. Both were in the historic parish of 'Shenley'.
Today, the historic village is the core of the new district that bears its name. The district is bounded by V2 Tattenhoe Street, V3 Fulmer Street, H6 Childs Way and H7 Chaffron Way.
The mathematician and logician Alan Turing was billeted here during his time at Bletchley Park
The parish includes Shenley Lodge, Furzton, Shenley Brook End, Emerson Valley, Westcroft, Tattenhoe (including Kingsmead, Howe Park Wood and Snelshall East) and Tattenhoe Park (including Snelshall West). The parish is bounded to the north-east by V4 Watling Street, to the north-west by H6 Childs Way, to the south-west by the borough boundary with Aylesbury Vale (at Whaddon) and to the south-east by H8/A421 Standing Way.
The brook rises near the site of Snelshall Priory, flows through Furzton where it is joined by a tributary from Emerson Valley, becomes the "tear-drop lakes" in Loughton and flows into the River Great Ouse at New Bradwell.
- Energy World in Shenley Lodge
- Neighbourhood statistics 2011 Census, Accessed 4 February 2013
- Parishes in Milton Keynes Archived 2009-06-08 at the Wayback Machine. - Milton Keynes Council.
- 'Parishes : Shenley', A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 4 (1927), pp. 445-451. Victoria History of the Counties of England
- BBC NEWS | Education | League Tables | Secondary schools in Milton Keynes