The Radcliffe Centre was once a church for a group of Christians called “Nonconformists”. Being a nonconformist was really popular in Buckingham when this church was built in 1857.

The Church is a gothic style, with turrets and towers like a miniature cathedral. Can you spot the trefoils? They are stone circles at the top of the windows, with three arches curling in towards the centre of each. Trefoils were designed using geometry, the maths of shapes.

If you explore around and opposite the church you might find spot some other hidden Buckingham secrets, including a swan and a very special post box.