Shenley Brook End

Shenley Brook End is a village, district, and wider civil parish in Milton Keynes. Together with its neighboring parish, Shenley Church End, and the districts of Shenley Wood and Shenley Lodge, the districts are collectively referred to as The Shenleys. The historical village of Shenley Brook End is considered the core of the new district that was named after it and is bounded by V2 Tattenhoe, V3 Fulmer Street, H6 Childs Way, and H7 Chaffron Way.

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History of Shenley Brook End

The village name “Shenley” originates from an Old English Language word that means “bright clearing”. Furthermore, historians have discovered that the area was referred to as “Senelai” in the Domesday Book of 1086. The construction of the Mansell family manor in Shenley Brook End created the distinction between Brook End and the Church End in the 12th century. However, by the end of 1426, one person became the sole owner of the two manors, leaving the distinction between the two places only in name.

Shenley Brook End Parishes

Shenley Brook End parish is made up of six parishes: Shenley Lodge, Furzton, Shenley Brook End, Emerson Valley, Tattenhoe (including Kingsmead, Howe Park Wood, and Snelshall East) and Tattenhoe Park (including Snelshall West). The parish is bounded to the north east by V4 Watling Street, to the north west by H6 Childs Way, to the south west by the borough boundary with the rest of Buckinghamshire at Whaddon and to the south east by H8/A421 Standing Way.


There are two schools located in Shenley Brook End:

Long Meadow School

is a large two form entry primary school on the west flank of Milton Keynes. The school follows the Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS) that leads Key Stages One then Two. For more information, visit

Shenley Brook End School

is a modern secondary academy school in the west flank of Milton Keynes. It opened in September 1997 and was known as a sporting school until the Department of Education and Skills designated it as a specialist Mathematics and Computing College in 2004. For more information about Shenley Brook End, visit

The Shenleys

It is home to Shenley Toot, a 13th century motte and bailey which was originally the home of the Earl of Chester. Today, ‘Shenley Toot’ is now a scheduled ancient monument. It is also home to the Shenley Church End Cricket Club.

is composed primarily of ash and oak trees. It is an excellent place to hold picnics as it is equipped with tables, seats, and benches. Shenley Wood is owned and maintained by The Parks Trust. The most popular activities at Shenley Wood include guided walks and listening for the dawn chorus.
sits in the village of Shenley Church End. It is within walking distance from the centre of Milton Keynes, which gives the property the impression of it being in the middle of the rural countryside, and achieves ‘the best of both worlds’.

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