Tucked away under the Buckinghamshire Chilterns, surrounded by modern housing, St Andrew’s is a remarkable church. The outside is Decorated, with ﬁne window tracery characteristic of the period, and the south porch, with vaulted ceiling, and door are also 14th century. The nave arcades are Early English. The brasses are among the ﬁnest in the county. Around the walls of the nave are sixteen large oil paintings of the Apostles and Evangelists presented by an 18th-century rector and ascribed to Sir James Thornhill.