Amersham is a market town full of interest and the walk takes you to the grave of the last woman to be hung in Britain, a memorial to religious martyrs, radical 'modernist' houses and a Stiff Leadbetter mansion. Berkhamsted boasts not only a castle but, rather unusually for a Chiltern town, a totem pole. Ewelme is home to the Chiltern Society water cress beds and visitor centre together with the grave of Jerome K Jerome. In Stoke Row you'll find a water well donated by an Indian Mararajah and continue to Lord Nuffield's former home which is now a 1930s time capsule but presently closed and under threat. Near Stokenchurch is a memorial to a crashed bomber from World War 2, a cricket ground constructed by the American oil baron Sir Paul Getty in addition to a fine nature reserve.