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Fingest is a village in Buckinghamshire, England. It is in the Chiltern Hills near the border with Oxfordshire. It is about six miles WSW of High Wycombe. It lies in the civil parish of Hambleden.
The village name of Fingest comes from the Anglo Saxon name Thinghurst, meaning 'wooded hill where assemblies are made'. In the 16th century the name is recorded as Thingest and then Fingest. Although the early name is the etymological root of both 'Tinghurst' and 'Fingest', the latter doesn't follow the former by any normal linguistic line.The ancient parish of Fingest included Cadmore End to the north of the village, which became a separate ecclesiastical parish in 1852.The manor of Fingest anciently belonged to St Albans Abbey. In 1163 it was given to the bishop of Lincoln. The ghost of Henry Burghersh, 14th-century Bishop of Lincoln, is reputed to haunt the area. After this time it was used as the country residence for the Lincoln diocese until 1547 when it was seized by the Crown. It was then given two years later to the Duke of Somerset who exchanged it with a property belonging to Wells Cathedral. The manor is now privately owned.
The civil parish of Fingest, originally based on the ecclesiastical parish, was enlarged in 1934 by adding land from the parishes of West Wycombe, Great Marlow and Hambleden. As a result, Lane End became the largest settlement in the parish, and the parish was renamed Fingest and Lane End in 1937. In the 1980s the civil parish was abolished. The larger part became the parish of Lane End, and the village of Fingest was added to Hambleden parish.
Scenes of the period drama The Monuments Men were shot in Fingest in May 2013.

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    10:43pm Sep 22nd

  • @Harps69

    @Harps69Call me old fashioned if ya like but wtf is it with all these teams doing pre/post match interviews like there some…
    10:16pm Sep 22nd

  • @SDewherst

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    10:07pm Sep 22nd

  • @sarahstuartxx

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    10:06pm Sep 22nd

  • @leftfootkultur

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    9:47pm Sep 22nd

  • @SafelyDoesIt

    @SafelyDoesIt@Tom_MBS Good point - or a non league step 3 or below football ground.
    9:04pm Sep 22nd

  • @Craigpdodd74

    @Craigpdodd74@OwenJBlanche Too be fair it’s luck but there is judgement involved, the nations league bet was easier to predict t…
    8:55pm Sep 22nd

  • @Darren_Hughes

    @Darren_Hughes@G_Evans1977 I’ll wear a mask, avoid people & all that jazz. But a million people go out and protest, restrictions…
    8:41pm Sep 22nd

  • @BenChildsSTWD

    @BenChildsSTWDRT @BedfordTown: It’ll soon be dark. It’s a balmy evening. It doesn’t matter if it’s a league or cup game, or a friendly. Football under th…
    7:30pm Sep 22nd

  • @thetoonreview

    @thetoonreviewThey will have been given confidence given that match against Brighton or even Blackburn for that matter. #NUFCD…
    7:19pm Sep 22nd

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