Friday, 22 November 2013

River Misbourne Chalfont St.Peters

River Misbourne
The Misbourne flows south-eastwards
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Even posher area of posh village


Post to the west Chalfont St.Peters
Post to the south Chalfont St.Peter

Copthall Lane
Houses built here from the 1920s
Waggon and Horses Pub


Denham Lane
Robertswood School. This was previously Cheena School.  In 1983 Gravel Hill First, Gravel Hill Middle Schools joined it to become Robertswood Combined School. In the 1920s this was the site of White Lodge – which is assumed to be the house still on site. This later became the home of Sir S.H.Freemantle who had been a distinguished British official and author in the Indian Subcontinent. During his occupation the house became ‘Cheena House’ – Cheena being a village in what is now Pakistan.
Cheena Meadow - Recreation ground and Community Orchard


Garners Road
Gravel Hill Primary School. The site of the school is now Scholars Walk

Gravel Hill
1 Ambulance Station


Phygtle
Childlink Learning Centre


Rickmansworth Lane
Hill House. Red brick 18th house


Sources
Chalfont St.Peters Council. Web site
Cheena. Wikipedia Web site
India Office Reports. Web site
Robertswood School. Web site

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