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Berkhamsted

Berkhamsted ( /ˈbɜrkəmstɛd/) is a historic town in England which is situated in the west of Hertfordshire, between the towns of Tring and Hemel Hempstead. It is also a civil parish with a designated Town Council within the administrative district (and borough since 1984) of Dacorum.

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Richard Mabey - Education
... Mabey was educated at three independent schools, all in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire ... The first was at Rothesay School, followed by Berkhamsted Preparatory School and then Berkhamsted School ...
Berkhamsted Castle
... Berkhamsted Castle is a Norman motte-and-bailey castle at Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, England ... The future town of Berkhamsted grew up alongside it ... In the late-15th century, Berkhamsted Castle became increasingly unfashionable and was left to fall into decline ...
Berkhamsted - Gallery
... The Court House Berkhamsted St Peters Church Berkhamsted Berkhamsted Fete June 2006 Grand Union Canal Berkhamsted Castle Berkhamsted Totem Pole The Crystal Palace Public House Dean Incent's House Railway ...
Percy Birtchnell
... Percy Birtchnell was born in Berkhamsted in 1910 and is considered the doyen of West Hertfordshire historians ... His publications include "A History of Berkhamsted" and "Bygone Berkhamsted" both published by Clunberry ... He was a regular contributor to the Berkhamsted Review from 1942 until his death in the 1980s ...
Primary Schools In Dacorum - Berkhamsted
... As an exception within the district, in Berkhamsted there operates a three-tier school system, comprising 6 first schools (ages 5–9), 2 middle schools (9–13) and an upper school (Ashlyns School) ... was founded in 1864 as a national school in the Northchurch part of Berkhamsted ... adjacent to Greenway First and Nursery School, serves the parishes of Berkhamsted and Tring ...