St James the Great Church is thought to date back to 14th. century and the main structure has changed very little since then. In the 15th. / 16th. centuries the walls of the north and south aisles were raised and extra windows added. The present roof and the stained glass windows are 19th. century.
The church has 7 fine bells, the oldest dating back to 1678. The bells and bell frame were refurbished in 1972. The bells are rung regularly each Sunday and for special services.
Ruby’s christening was held on one of those rare, beautifully sunny Sunday mornings.
Both Chris and I love them.
Thank you for capturing such special moments the photos are amazing !”
Stacey, Chris and Ruby
St James the Great Church, Bierton Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
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With over 20 years of experience, Graham Lee has been privileged to shoot weddings at some of the finest venues across the UK and around the globe from the Royal Chapel for members of the Royal Household, to marquee weddings, and historic barns to the Taj Mahal in India.