Mortgage Advice Amersham
More about the area of Amersham
Amersham is a town located in England, in the county of Buckinghamshire. It is known to be a big market town and is located 27 miles North-West of London. It sits within the Chiltern Hills and is split up into two parts. These parts are split obviously to the people of Amersham. One part is named Old Amersham and is situated in the valley of the River Misbourne. The river plays a big part of the resident’s daily lives. The other part of the town consists of clubs, pubs and coaching inns. The town grew rapidly after the railway was added in the early 1900’s. Since Amersham is a smaller town and area, it doesn’t have very many twin towns. These are Bensheim in Germany and Krynica-Zdrój in Poland. There are 4 main attractions in Amersham, one of these is the museum. It is considered a good way to spend half an hour and is well worth a visit. One other is the Amersham Field Centre, a great place to go in a group. Bojangles Creative Café is a great place to sit down with the family and especially if you have kids. The Equestrian Centre on Shardeloes Farm is the best riding school in Amersham.
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