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Shenley Green was a post war development built on the location of Shendley Green Farm and by 1958 there were around 8,000 residents.
The Shenley Green Centre was conceived by local people and built in 1965 as a youth club. St. David's Church was opened in 1970 and its prominent feature is the large lantern tower. The former church building became the community hall for the new church.
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At the Shenley Green Centre there is also a range of useful shops which includes a supermarket, butchers and a chemist which serve the local residents who reside there