Penn Street Village - Buckinghamshire
|The village is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located some 3 miles outside Amersham, Buckinghamshire on the edge of The Chilterns.
it is the sort of small village that springs to mind when you think of 'Olde England. Consists of a large common, with cricket played regularily, the obligatory pond.
The village backs onto extensive broadleaf woods owned by the Woodland Trust with numerous walks.
Houses line the road and the oldest going back to the late fifteenth century. Six others are seventeenth and eighteenth century listed buildings, including one of the pubs
|The village stands on part of the former Wycombe Heath.
It was probably first established in the late thirteenth century to service the new manor house of the Penn family when they moved from Penbury.
A Conservation Area covers most of the village.
Although the village consists of only 92 properties there are lots of things going on throughout the year.
There is an active church, a popular combined infants and junior school and our new village hall which is used extensively by locals and others.