Adèle of this parish has a post about the church of St Mary the Virgin, in Great Shelford, on The History Girls blog today:
There has been a place of worship here on this site since Saxon times but the present church was built by Thomas Patesely between 1396 and 1418. The village celebrated a 600th birthday in 1996, so I'm calling it 616 years old.
Adèle tells much more about it - and with pictures. Don't miss it.