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.
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.