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Amersham Old Town

Amersham Old Town is a charming town that is full of  character. There are houses that date back as far as 1450 (housing Amersham  Museum) and the Market Hall, that contained the town’s gaol, dates from 1682.  Historically, Amersham was once a centre for the Lollards, a religious movement  following John Wycliffe. They first arrived during the 14th century and preached  barefoot in the streets. By the 16th century, the movement was taking over the  town and many followers were burned at the stake. Their memory lives on in the  Martyrs Memorial, off Station Road. The rich blend of heritage buildings and  modern day shops and facilities combine to make Old Amersham a delightful place  to visit. The town has the advantage of excellent communications, situated  twenty minutes from the M25, yet surrounded by the beautiful Chilterns.

Amersham on-the-Hill

The modern part of Amersham often referred to by locals as Top Amersham, and  contains the main shopping centre, library and the Chiltern pools with its fun  pool, flumes and the popular new climbing centre, The Climb.