Ley Hill is a Chiltern village on the Bucks/Herts border near the town of Chesham in south-east England. It is part of the civil parish of Latimer, and comes under Chiltern District Council in the County of Buckinghamshire. Ley Hill lies in the Chiltern Hills and is contiguous with Botley. It is a small rural village and relatively peaceful. It has an active village community, with events held throughout the year, including the annual village produce show and carol singing on the common at Christmas. There are many routes through woods and fields for country walks or bike rides.
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... Latimer parish includes the villages of Latimer, Ley Hill and Tyler's Hill ... Ley Hill is part of Latimer parish and includes a Common, the Crown pub, the Swan pub and a Methodist Chapel ... Tyler's Hill is also in Latimer parish and includes St George's Anglican Church ...
... Local industries include agriculture and brick-making ... Historically the village also had tile making and pottery, which are remembered in the local names of Tyler's Hill and Kiln Lane ...
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