Official Chipperfield Village Website – Hertfordshire
Chipperfield’s WW2 Book Launch For the last four years Mary and Andrew Nobbs have been busy researching for the forthcoming book Chipperfield in the Second World War –Those who served and Life on the Home Front. Contributions have been made by families living in Bovingdon, Chipperfield, Kings Langley, Sarratt and further afield. read more..
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.
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..
June Reynolds Wood: I am an American, who lived at Old Oak across from the Common for 2 years, when my father was working for a section of NATO and whose office was in London. I attended the American High School at more..Posted on the The Village page by June Reynolds Wood (reply)
John Hudson: Hello, I have just had a visit from my 1st cousin from England. Our parents were from Chipperfield and our grandfather Frederick James Hudson was the Headmaster of the Chipperfield National School more..Posted on the The Village page by John Hudson (reply)
Craig Elliott: Hello. has anyone who has conducted any historical research in to the village come across the surnam Elliott /Elliot' Eliot? I have some Victorian photos of ancestors standing outside what we are more..Posted on the The Village page by Craig Elliott (reply)
April In Your Garden
After all the wet weather the gardens are drying out at last. The clocks have changed, Easter is coming and now is the time to do the seeding and planting, weeding and feeding, and the tidying and... more..
The weather has been kind to me; only one wet day since my foresters arrived. If it lasts another couple of days we will be home and dry! It has been an exciting time; watching the harvesting... more..