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Amersham

1920s student production set to entertain audiences

Students from Dr Challoner's Grammar School, Chesham Road in Amersham and Dr Challoner's High School, Cokes Lane in Little Chalfont will entertain with The Boy Friend.

Students from Chesham and Amersham are among most likely to succeed

Second highest number of teens in UK from the constituency go into higher education, says UCAS

Upcoming Spring into Song concert

Enjoy a community concert showcasing some local talent

Want to start your own business? 'Inspiring' open day to show you how

You can learn how to start your own business or change your job with tips from the top

Best restaurants in Buckinghamshire: TripAdvisor's Top 20

Saracen's Head Amersham roast
Cosy cafes, Indian take aways and high priced restaurants all make the cut in the top restaurants TripAdvisor list

Students from Chesham and Amersham are among most likely to succeed

Second highest number of teens in UK from the constituency go into higher education, says UCAS

Want to start your own business? 'Inspiring' open day to show you how

You can learn how to start your own business or change your job with tips from the top

Bucks pupils compete in annual technology tournament

The Rotary Technology Tournament, organised by the Rotary Clubs of Chesham, Amersham and Great Missenden, took place at Chiltern Hills Academy, in Chartridge Lane, Chesham, on Friday

Wycombe Wanderers defender returns for Southend trip

Aaron Pierre is back after serving his two-game Chairboys suspension

Chiltern chief insists on bonus rewards

Points will mean prizes as relegation battle set to go to the wire

Ban for Wycombe striker after FA reject appeal

McClure will be sidelined for three games after red card is upheld

Chesham reserves leave relegation worries behind

Two wins and a draw in a week have put second string on sounder footing

Amersham leave it too late at Buckingham

Second half rally not enough to save Magpies, writes Michael Gahagan

Late heartache for Amersham at Stony Stratford

Magpies should have taken at least a point, writes Michael Gahagan

Brave Buckinghamshire woman to star on People's Strictly for Comic Relief

Multiple Sclerosis sufferer Trishna Bhardia is to be partnered by Strictly Come Dancing winner Alijaz Skorjanec

Virtual trip webinar with Australia treat for Great Missenden school children

Trip was broadcast from Queensland, Australia and led by Australian Conservation Group, ‘Save The Bilby Fund’.

1920s student production set to entertain audiences

Students from Dr Challoner's Grammar School, Chesham Road in Amersham and Dr Challoner's High School, Cokes Lane in Little Chalfont will entertain with The Boy Friend.

Amersham

Amersham is listed in the The Doomsday Book and is now split into two towns, Amersham-on-the-Hill and Old Town. Nearby Coleshill and Hyde Heath each have their own strong and thriving communities, including the Plough in Hyde Heath which has become the hub of the village.

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