On the bank of River Thames, there is a town named Chertsey, which is the part of Runnymede borough of Surrey. Chertsey is 18 miles southwest of the central London.
Chertsey is one of the oldest towns of England. It has the oldest church, Church of England parish church from 12th century, and a farmhouse of the ‘Hardwick’ from the 16th century.
Postcode District KT16
Chertsey Station is linking the Waterloo to Reading Line to the southwest Main Line in Weybridge. Working is connected to Staines-upon-Thames by A320 road via Chertsey that is 3 miles south from the latter. Chertsey is just off the M25, one the busiest and most used motorway.
Chertsey Regatta, a non-Olympic local sport of skiffing, has been held on the river for more than 150 years. Chertsey Bridge is an Ancient Monument built in 1783. There are many other historical monuments in Chertsey including Museum on Windsor Street with free entry, St. Peter’s Hospital served the casualties of World War II, St Peter’s Church, Curfew House, Pyrcroft House, Botley Park, and Bournewood House.
Thorpe Park: Chertsey has one the most visited amusement park called Thorpe Park. There are various water and thrilling rides which are suitable for any age. Check out for the cheap deals online.