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The church of St Bartholomew in the small Chilterns village of Fingest is notable for its distinctive Norman tower with an unusual twin gabled roof. The churchyard has a number of ancient lime trees and is surrounded by brick and flint walls.

A long held wedding tradition is for the bridegroom to lift his bride over the church gate as the couple are leaving after the ceremony. Failure to do so is said to bring bad luck.

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