Forty Green, Penn

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Forty Green
Buckinghamshire
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The Royal Standard of England, Forty Green
Location
Grid reference: SU922919
Location: 51°37’7"N, 0°40’6"W
Data
Postcode: HP9
Local Government
Council: Chiltern

Forty Green is a hamlet in the parish of Penn in Buckinghamshire, though found south of Penn village itself, by Knotty Green (itself a suburb now of Beaconsfield). Notwithstanding its closeness to the townscape, Forty Green manages to maintain a delightful rural distinctness, all placed within the Chiltern Hills.

The village pub, The Royal Standard of England, claims to be the oldest pub in the land, and its early mediæval timbers, with the marks of the carpenters' adzes still upon them, tell of venerable age.

A lane near Forty Green

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