Chalfont St Peter: Club Profile

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 17 October 1992

Saturday 11 April 1992

Saturday 09 November 1991

Monday 21 September 1987

Saturday 04 January 1986

Saturday 23 November 1985

Saturday 14 September 1985

Saturday 23 March 1985

Tuesday 26 February 1985


Players For Us... and Them

Tim BallProfile
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Anthony ThomasProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 32 miles

By Road:
Heading into leafy Buckinghamshire, the journey to Chalfont St Peter should take no more than an hour. The easiest way to do it is to head anti-clockwise on the M25 through to Junction 17 - the A412. Leave the motorway and take the first exit for the spur to the next roundabout.

The second exit for the A412 Denham Way is the one you need, before taking the third exit at the roundabout after 1.3 miles for Chalfont Lane. As you cross the M25, the road becomes Shire Lane and continue along for about 0.6 miles, when the name changes again to West Hyde Lane.

At the end of the road, turn left into Denham Lane and then right after Winkers Farm for Joiners Lane. Head down this road for half a mile before taking the third exit at the roundabout onto the A413 Gravel Hill (northbound). Beware along here as there will be a left hand turn before CDC Driving Instruction for the club.

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The ground is not a large one but we cautiously suggest that, given the likely demand, there will be spaces available at the venue to park up.

By Rail:

Chalfont St Peter's ground is situated nearer to Gerrards Cross than Chalfont and Latimer, but you're still looking at a walk of more than 35 minutes to cover the two-mile distance. From the station, turn left onto the B416 Packhorse Road and continue for the best part of a mile.

Just before you reach the big roundabout for the A413, turn left onto Lower Road and continue onto the High Street. It should take you to a roundabout, where you need to take a left turn to head north on Gravel Hill. Similar to the road directions, there will be a left turn for the ground.

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