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Waterside, Buckinghamshire

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Waterside, Buckinghamshire

Waterside is a hamlet in the parish of Chesham, in Buckinghamshire, England. It is located in the town itself, though anciently 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.

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