Discover the History of Amersham

Friday, May 20th, 2016
Filed under: 75th anniversary of D-Day, News Item

9306Take a look at Amersham Museum’s “giant scrap-book” which tells the story of people who have lived in the town, often in their own words. This searchable website includes all aspects of local history and is widely used for family and building research. www.AmershamHistory.info

Other Recent News

  • Reopening of Barn Meadow and Hervines Park Children’s Play Area
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  • Poppies in Amersham
  • It is wonderful to see so many poppies in flower throughout Amersham at the moment… from the wildflower meadow at Stanley Hill to the hill overlooking Old Amersham. We are pleased to report that we shall we planting the annual borders in the Memorial Gardens this week. [More…]

  • Open spaces in Amersham
  • It is fantastic to see that the open spaces throughout Amersham are being used by so many residents at the moment, most notably when the weather is hot. Unfortunately more visitors we have seen a 300% increase in litter. Please be considerate and do not leave litter piled up against bins when they are full. [More…]