Official Chipperfield Village Website – Hertfordshire
Welcome to the big website for a small village. Here you can find information and details of local schools and amenities and generally find out more information about the village. Locate a business or trader using the Local Business Directory and even view properties for sale in and around Chipperfield.
Download the latest edition of Chipperfield News. View Chipperfield in pictures with the Village Gallery or use the location pages to find your way around. You can also find details of clubs or organisations to join or browse the village community pages and comment on, or discuss, local issues or the content of the site. Or use the site to simply find contact details and get in touch.
Chipperfield is a small active village situated on a crossroads approximately 5 miles south-west of Hemel Hempstead and the same distance north-west of Watford more..
Official Chipperfield Village Website – Hertfordshire Events
|Tue 25th Oct 2016||Horticultural Society Talk||Talk by Paolo (Franchi Seeds) 7.30pm||Small Hall|
|Fri 28th Oct 2016||RACE NIGHT at BLACKWELLS||Support of new Burial Ground||Blackwell's Village Club|
|Sun 30th Oct 2016||St Pauls Taize Service||6.30 pm||St Pauls Parish Church|
Mike Healing: On my latest visit to this website I have just read the October issue of Chipperfield News and came across the advert for 'Hollyberry Fair'. Now in my 66th year, and having moved north in 1975, this more..Posted on the Community Pages page by Mike Healing (reply)
Stephen MORRILL: Sharon's comment on May 3 2016 - Sharon, yes, there are still Brownsells locally. They live in Deadmans Ash Lane in Sarratt, a couple of miles away and could well be part of your extended family. more..Posted on the Village History page by Stephen MORRILL (reply)
keith stevens: anyone remember the scott family that lived at 54 tower hill ..my granddad was jim scott and my gran Sylvia they had two sons Raymond and jim and two daughters Brenda and Pamela ,,lived there 40s 50s more..Posted on the Village History page by keith stevens (reply)