Tag Archives: Chess Valley

15th February 2015: Chalfont and Latimer circuit along the Ches valley

Seven of us including Helen, a stray from Ramblers, enjoyed an early spring walk from Chalfont and Latimer to Chorleywood through the early spring countryside. Catkins and snowdrops are out and green just beginning in the trees.  We saw a … Continue reading

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30th March 2014: Chalfont and Latimer to Chorleywood

Jean led 6 of us on a lovely walk along the Chess valley on a warm spring day. We passed through Latimer village, where on the pretty village green stands the memorial to Villebois, a horse which saved Lord Chesham … Continue reading

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30 June 2013: Chenies and Latimer

Miriam, Steve and I had a very pleasant walk also along the Chess Valley (a different section from the previous week). None of us had cameras with us but the walk is above the river with lovely views, especially in … Continue reading

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23 June 2013: Chess Valley Walk

No walk being scheduled, Miriam and I went on an impromptu walk from Chalfont & Latimer (much faster by Chiltern Railways than the Underground and the same fare) along the Chess Valley Walk. It’s pleasant, a little muddy but flat … Continue reading

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