AMERSHAM HERITAGE DAY – SUNDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER 2019

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019
Filed under: Heritage Day, News Item

Sunday 8 September 2019 – Amersham Heritage Day

With just a few days until the ‘big day’ we thought it was about time we published the schedule of events for next Sunday’s Heritage Day in Old Amersham.

With live music, farmers market stalls, classic cars, steam engines, Morris Dancing, Irish Dancing, a marching band and a children’s area there is something for everyone. Be sure to join us (from 11.30am).

You can download a high resolution Heritage Day map here.

Please leave you car at home.

Whilst the public car park and Barn Meadow are both available for parking on Heritage Day (from 7.30am), we would like to encourage you to catch a heritage bus from Amersham on the Hill (Chesham, Little Chalfont or Chesham Bois), rather than driving to Old Amersham. The buses, running up to every five minutes from Amersham Station are free and will take you straight to the action. Please click here for a bus timetable.

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