Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire
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Chalfont St Giles is a village and civil parish south east of England, particularly within the district of Chiltern in Buckinghamshire. Like most villages in the UK, the charm of Chalfont St Giles is easily felt and seen through its vast expanse of green, a good mix of vibrant Chalfont St Giles flowers, and well-preserved structures. To an outsider looking in, it is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Chalfont St Giles has been around for a thousand years. The term chalfont comes from two old English words cealc, which means chalk, and funt, which means spring. Put together, chalfont means chalk spring. This theory of early researchers was further supported by the fact that wells in the village are impregnated with chalk. But there are other suggestions that Chalfont means cold springs. During the time of the Anglo-Saxons, people prefer to use chald, which is pronounced as cald and meant cold, thus the term cold springs. In the Domesday Book (1086), however, the name given is Celfunte and Celfunde.
Until the Local Government Act 1894, Chalfont St Giles’ civil affairs are managed through the vestry.
Places of Interest
This village within the Chiltern district is not just a picturesque village known for its rolling countryside, decked with a blanket of beautiful flowers in Chalfont St Giles. It is also home to notable attractions that dates far back to 12th century and earlier.
Parish Church of Chalfont St Giles
This parish church dedicated to St Giles was built during the 12th century. It is one of the most significant, historical buildings in the village, with the earliest church built between 1150 and 1180. The church today is just part of the various changes that the earliest structure went through. A visit to the church will give you a glimpse of the treasures in Chalfont St Giles, including 13th century basin, 14th century paintings, 16th century brasses and small iron cannon balls.
This is home to John Milton when he retired to the village during the Great Plague of London in 1665. Here, he finished his epic poem Paradise Lost. It is also in this place that he found his inspiration to create another poem Paradise Regained. Milton’s Cottage still stands to this day and is open to the public. It is one of the most recognisable structures at 1 Deanway, especially with an overgrowth of Chalfont St Giles flowers that add to its charm.
If there is anything that Chalfont St Giles is known for, the duck pond will be it. There might not anything unique or astounding about it, but it is a major part of the village. The pond is fed by the River Misbourne, which also passes through other areas, such as Little Missenden, Chalfont St Peter and under the railway line of Chiltern.
Home to Admiral Palliser, friend and patron to Captain James Cook, The Vache was previously a privately owned structure, built by the Norman lords of the manor (de la Vache). It stood on land granted by William the Conqueror.
Other notable attractions in the village include the Stonewell Farm, Mayflower Barn and Bottrells Close. With all these treasures waiting to be explored, Chalfont St Giles is definitely a great place to visit and live in. If you are looking to send flowers to Chalfont St Giles instead, call us up for a delivery. We have a large range of flowers you can choose from, perfect for all occasion. So, orders flowers for delivery to Chalfont St Giles and make someone happy today.
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