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For those moving with children, you can see the latest Ofsted scores and reports for Amersham HERE.
The 2011 You.Gov census gives Amersham’s population as 23,086.
Amersham has outstanding transport links. Standing close to the A413 Amersham is perfectly located for access to the M25, M40 and M1. Via the M40 residents can be in the centre of London in under an hour. Trains arriving at London Marylebone can take just 32 minutes. Luton Airport is a 35-minute car journey or Heathrow Airport 24 minutes.
Local news and events can be found online and in print in the Bucks Free Press.
As well as those moving to Amersham, Armishaws also provide national, local and international relocation services across the area including;
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Moving to Amersham is just the start. Having hung your pictures and picked your colour schemes, it’s time to explore this charming town. Here’s a rundown of our top picks for anyone new to Amersham;
An absolutely wonderful spot to sit and watch the world go by in Old Amersham is 1220. The friendly staff are perhaps marginally overshadowed by the incredible food. Top class!
If you’re really looking to add some ‘Wow!’ to your new home then head to IQ Furniture, from kitchens to home cinemas, lighting to dining, you’ll find it all here.
Man cave, teenagers’ bedroom, funky dining room, Vintage Movie Posters offer timeless design from all your favourite flicks, bringing vintage to a modern setting.
Could there be anything better than having a brewery in your new home town? How about a brewery that serves pizza from its superb taproom?
Organic meats, fresh veg, locally sourced treats, gifts, all with an eco-friendly edge. It’s the best way to shop and a lovely place to visit. An absolute must for Amersham newbies.
Amersham has a fascinating history and charming architecture. It also offers outstanding transport links for anyone commuting to London for work or just wanting to be close enough for theatre trips and weekends in the city.
There are plenty of wide-open spaces and country walks for dog owners, cyclists and runners. There is also a good number of play areas for little ones. Foodies certainly won’t be disappointed, as well as some excellent cafes and restaurants, the area is rich with artisan food producers, brewers, plus a weekly market full of tantalising goodies.
The town is split in two halves, Old Amersham packed with coaching inns, ornate buildings, pubs and cafes, and Amersham on the Hill which grew in the early 20th century. It also houses the town’s hospital.
Despite its smallish stature, Amersham really does pack a punch, it has a museum, two local theatre groups, a number of sports clubs and a golf course, Harewood Downs Golf Club (2.5 miles outside of town). It’s also home to Kew Little Pigs, a miniature pig centre that will be a real hit with younger family members.
There are sports pitches in the new town and Chiltern Pools and Gym with swimming pool, a fitness studio, gym, cycling studio and offers personal training as well as group fitness classes.
Amersham offers first rate travel options for city adventurers and frequent fliers. You can get away with Luton Airport less than 40 minutes by car or Heathrow under 25 minutes. Commuters and theatre fans can be at London Marylebone in 32 minutes. Motorists are especially well-catered for, the M1, M40 and M25 are all within easy reach and you can be in the centre of London (M40, A40) in less than an hour.