St Stephen's is one of 3 Saxon churches in St Albans, begun around AD 948. Of that early church, only a single lancet window remains. You can see Roman bricks incorporated unto the exterior walls. 14 Watling Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, AL1 2PX
All Saints Church dates to the 14th century, but the most striking feature is the Georgian chancel, remodelled around 1727. Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother was baptised here in 1900 and may have been born in the parish. A monument commemorates the family connection to St Pauls Walden. St Pauls Walden, Hertfordshire, England, SG4 8DN
There are two churches in the village of Stanstead Abbotts. St James' is the older of the pair and served as the parish church from the 12th century until St Andrew's was built in 1882. Roydon Road, Stanstead Bury, Stanstead Abbotts, Hertfordshire, England, SG12 8JZ
Tring's delightful parish church dates to the 12th century, though most of what we see today is a product of the 15th century. Among the historical highlights are a series of grotesque 15th-century corbel heads in the nave, and the ornate memorial to Sir William Gore of Tring Park. The church has links to the ancestors of American president George Washington. High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire, England, HP23 5AE
St Helens is perhaps the oldest church in Hertfordshire, begun in the late Saxon period. Highlights include 16th and 17th-century monuments to the Brocket and Garrard families, a 14th-century font standing on medieval tiles, and an ornate 15th-century reredos. High Street, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England, AL4 8AA
The Old Bull Inn is full of history and character and is located in the busy market town of Royston. Just 12 miles outside the Historic University City of Cambridge, only 8 miles from Europes Premier Aviation Museum at Duxford, Royston has direct rail links to both Cambridge and London.