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Amershsham, an old English town, is always a lovely escape when life in London gets too hectic. It has charming parks, elegant shops and an excellent range of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Saturday market is a great place to pick up antiques, old books...More
A brilliant display of plants, expertly maintained and fashioned into an aerial montage of 3D model planes that give the impression that they are actually flying. Well done to all who put this display together. Definitely worth a visit and to take a moment to...More
Absolutely stunning and very well maintained. Visited on a bright, crispy October morning and it was delightful. Amazing how colourful it was considering the time of year. Perfect place for quiet reflection.
This garden is lovingly looked after and repays all the attention it gets by giving visitors a tranquil and beautiful place to spend time in. There are some very interesting information boards placed around the garden.
Amersham Memorial Gardens are unique, lovingly cared for and full of interest. They are topical as this year they relate to 100 years since the end of the first world war. The local schools are represented in places around the gardens which is great for...More
This small memorial garden is a credit to the gardeners and people of Amersham. This year is a thoughtful tribute to the fallen of the First World War. The planes, the soldier and Dreadnaught are all beautiful. I was passing one evening last week on...More