Coombe Hill Monument (Buckinghamshire) Reviews
Description:This monument honours the Buckinghamshire soldiers who were killed in the Second Boer War
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by - written on 08/04/13, updated on 22/10/13 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Welcome to the Chiltern Hills! If you are ever going to stand on top of one hill in the Chilterns then make it Coombe Hill. On top of the hill is a monument to the men who lost their lives in the Boar War, and on a personal note, is a place to remember my loved ones who used to give a little time at the top contemplating death and the beauty of life. This is a place where we really appreciate what we have. Once you've made your way to Coombe Hill, in Buckinghamshire, it's all free! You can spin around and around and whoop for joy. Breathe in the fresh air. Isn't it wonderful? Enjoy the highest part of the rural Chilterns at 843 feet and whilst ... Read the complete review
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