The cage, pound and stocks used formerly to be kept here, but were removed in 1833. 2) Further down the High Street, passing the George and Crown Hotels, the town hall is reached.

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A brick and timber house of the 17th century with gables is now represented by Nos. Below the town hall High Street divides into two, the western branch becoming Germain Street (fn.

9) and leading past Weylands, the new council school and Great Germains to Little Germains on the slope of Fuller's Hill.

The older part of the town is situated lower down in the valley and stretches along the Berkhampstead road, which is here known as High Street.

Where it is joined by Blucher Street on the west it widens into the Broadway, where there is an old house, 'High House,' which dates probably from the beginning of the 17th century. The parish of Chesham, which formerly comprised Ashley Green, Chartridge and Latimer, now constituted separate parishes, contains the town of Chesham with its hamlet of Waterside.The existing parish covers an area of 1,386 acres, of which 736 acres are arable land, 621 permanent grass, and 16 woods and plantations. 1) The town lies in a picturesque situation about 340 ft.The open part below is used for the market held on Wednesday ever since the grant to the Earl of Oxford in 1257. 3) The busiest times, however, are on 21 April, 22 July, and 28 September, when the fairs are held.Church Street, which branches off the High Street where the town hall stands, runs west and then south past the vicarage and church. 54 and 56 Church Street (originally one house) represent a 14th-century domestic building with much original detail remaining; it was added to in the 17th century and has modern alterations.4) and an Ionic Cross erected in 1908 to the memory of Thomas Harding, said to have been burned on , 'in the Dell going to Botley at the north end of the towne of Chesham.' (fn.