Tag Archives: Chorleywood

8 October 2017: Along the Chess Valley

A killjoy suggested this would be the last sunshine we would have on a walk until the spring, but at least this was a lovely sunny day, and even though we got there on the “underground”, to Chorleywood, the Chess … 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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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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