FOLLOWING THE GUIDANCE FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION AND THE NEW ADVICE ON 16TH MARCH WE HAVE DECIDED, WITH EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY 18TH MARCH, TO CLOSE THE MUSEUM AND TO POSTPONE ALL EVENTS UNTIL WE ARE ADVISED OTHERWISE.
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Add to our giant length of bunting, made to celebrate 75 years of VE Day. Make and decorate fabric bunting, both for the museum and to take home. Usual museum admissions apply.Find out more »
Last Saturday of the month. These walks tell you about life - and death - in Amersham in Tudor times; food and drink, work and housing, fairs and markets, sickness and cures, clothing, and ghosts and religious beliefs. Costumed guides will tell you about the Lollard martyrs as you visit some of the places relevant to their story. Note the walk includes a steady climb through fields to the martyrs memorial. Walks start at the museum and usually last about…Find out more »
Discover one of the most important architects in Amersham’s 20th century development, J H Kennard. Join this walk around Chesham Bois and find out about the many projects undertaken by this Arts & Crafts architect. The walk starts outside the Parish Centre, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois and lasts 1½ to 2 hours. To book: www.visitchilterns.co.uk/walkingfest or email email@example.comFind out more »
A fascinating walk, led by a guide, around old Amersham. Discover the historic buildings and the interesting stories of the people who lived in and shaped the town in the past. 1½ to 2 hours.Find out more »
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