Berry Field Park, Amersham, Bucks.

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Berry Field Park, HP6

Amersham

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2018

Berry Field Park is a road in the HP6 postcode area




NEARBY STREETS
A Half, HP6 A street within the HP6 postcode
Ash Grove, HP6 Ash Grove is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Badminton Court, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Badminton House, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Bois Avenue, HP6 Bois Avenue is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Butlers Close, HP6 Butlers Close is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Chiltern Road, HP6 Chiltern Road is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Church Street, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Clifton Lawns, HP6 Clifton Lawns is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Clifton Road, HP6 Clifton Road is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Copperkins Grove, HP6 Copperkins Grove is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Copperkins Lane, HP6 Copperkins Lane is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Deep Acres, HP6 Deep Acres is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Devonshire Avenue, HP6 Devonshire Avenue is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Flint Barn Court, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Forge End, HP7 Forge End is a road in the HP7 postcode area
Great Bois Wood, HP6 A street within the HP6 postcode
Heatherton Park, HP6 Heatherton Park is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Hervines Road, HP6 Hervines Road is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Lane, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Little Shardeloes, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Longfield Drive, HP6 Longfield Drive is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Longfield Drive, HP7 Longfield Drive is a road in the HP7 postcode area
Manor Drive, HP6 Manor Drive is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Mayhall Lane, HP6 Mayhall Lane is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Mill Lane, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Morley House Badminton Court, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
Oakway, HP6 Oakway is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Pines Close, HP6 Pines Close is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Pondwicks, HP7 Pondwicks runs off of School Lane in Amersham.
Rectory Drive, HP7 Rectory Drive is a road in the HP7 postcode area
Rectory Hill, HP7 Rectory Hill is a road in the HP7 postcode area
Rectory Way, HP7 Rectory Way is a road in the HP7 postcode area
Redding Drive, HP6 Redding Drive is a road in the HP6 postcode area
River Lodge 6 Badminton Court, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
School Lane, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
The Beeches, HP6 A street within the HP6 postcode
The Leys, HP6 A street within the HP6 postcode
The Limes, HP6 The Limes is a road in the HP6 postcode area
The Lodge Badminton Court, HP7 A street within the HP7 postcode
The Willows, HP6 The Willows is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Weedon Lane, HP6 Weedon Lane is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Windmill Wood, HP6 Windmill Wood is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Winstone Close, HP6 Winstone Close is a road in the HP6 postcode area
Woodfield Park, HP6 Woodfield Park is a road in the HP6 postcode area


Amersham

Amersham is a market town 27 miles north west of London, in the Chiltern Hills, England. It is part of the London commuter belt.

Amersham is split into two distinct areas: Old Amersham, set in the valley of the River Misbourne, which contains the 13th century parish church of St. Mary's and several old pubs and coaching inns; and Amersham-on-the-Hill, which grew rapidly around the railway station in the early part of the 20th century.

Records date back to pre-Anglo-Saxon times, when it was known as Egmondesham.

In 1200 Geoffrey, Earl of Essex obtained a charter for Amersham allowing him to hold a Friday market and a fair on 7 and 8 September. In 1613 a new charter was granted to Edward, Earl of Bedford, changing the market day to Tuesday and establishing a statute fair on 19 September.

The area of the town now known as Amersham on the Hill was referred to as Amersham Common until after the arrival of the Metropolitan Line in 1892. After this date growth of the new area of the town gradually accelerated, with much work being done by the architect John Kennard). It is now known locally as the Top Town.

Amersham is linked to London by the Metropolitan Line of London Underground and is the last station on the Metropolitan main line. Much of this line is shared with the mainline railway service, which runs from Marylebone to Aylesbury.

The construction of the railway line was controversial at the time and objections from local landowners prevented its construction until 1892.
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