History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The chief attraction is the delightful Saxon church, which has been called the finest in England. There was a monastery church here as early as the 7th century, but the site was probably used for religious purposes much earlier than that. The manor of Wing was the property of the kings of Wessex, so it is likely that the church here was of some considerable importance. The church was used by Wing Priory, which was the largest landholder in the area until the Reformation.
The oldest part of the church is the crypt, which incorporates Roman tiles from a nearby villa in its ceiling. More Roman tiles are found in the 15th century rebuilding of the tower. The north east and south east walls have the original Saxon windows, and more Saxon work is evident in the nave.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Wing, All Saints - 0.1 miles (Historic Church)
Ascott - 0.5 miles (Historic House)
All Saints, Leighton Buzzard - 2.7 miles (Historic Church)
Stewkley, St Michael's Church - 2.9 miles (Historic Church)
Leighton Buzzard Railway Museum - 3 miles (Museum)
Ford End Watermill - 5.2 miles (Historic Building)
Eaton Bray, St Mary the Virgin Church - 5.8 miles (Historic Church)
Pitstone Windmill - 5.8 miles (Historic Building)
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