Waterside, Buckinghamshire

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Waterside is a hamlet in the parish of Chesham, in Buckinghamshire, England.[1] It is located in the town itself, though anciently it referred to the group of dwellings next to the River Chess in Chesham.

Waterside consists of a mixture of 19th-century houses following the banks of the river Chess. The Metropolitan line link between Baker Street and Chesham runs through this area. Local amenities include a newsagent (formerly a post office),a Sandwich bar,a Trophy shop, Fish and Chip shop and a swimming pool/fitness centre. There is also the Moor which is used amongst other things for sport. It also comprises several industrial units including a bottled water producing factory (Nestlé Waters Powwow) situated on the former water cress/ trout farm site on Latimer road.

There is a local community school, Waterside County Combined. Which takes children from the age of 3 through to year 6.

References[edit]

  1. ^ William Page, ed. (1925). Parishes: Chesham, in A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 3. London: British History Online. pp. 203–218. Retrieved 10 April 2016. 

Coordinates: 51°41′49″N 0°36′11″W / 51.697°N 0.603°W / 51.697; -0.603