Created By: Two Villages Archive Trust
You should be able to identify the location of Philip de Aylesbury's Manor House, surrounded by its moat. This location due west of the church occupies a central place in the village and is ideal for any Lord of the Manor. From the Manor House, he would have been able to oversee the rebuilding work on the church in 1330, which he spent much of his money on.
The 'LIDAR' aerial view image enhances the site layout and the line of the moat can be picked out (green line).
From here you can return to the car park or maybe call in at The Swan if you've developed a thirst. If the church is open you may wish to explore further. Details of keyholders are available inside the porch. You can also read more on our website http://www.mkheritage.org.uk/tva/all-saints-church/
This point of interest is part of the tour: Milton Keynes Village Tour