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Buckinghamshire villages so beautiful you’ll want to move there in 2022

As we welcome the new year 2022, some people like to say goodbye to old habits or old things and start fresh.

Some make resolutions like starting a diet or giving up coffee, and others make big decisions like moving and/or starting a new job.

If 2022 is the year you want a change of scenery, there are plenty of quaint towns and villages in Buckinghamshire to choose from.

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There are many historic market towns in the county, from Buckingham to Amersham, but if you’re looking for something a little more peaceful, here are a few selected villages.

Why not travel back in time to Bledlow, a village whose origins date back to the 10th century. The name itself derives from Old English meaning “Bledda burial mound”.

Take a trip to Hambleden, a village that is also a popular filming location due to its amazing features and picturesque character.

Located in the foothills of the Chiltern Hills, Hedgerley houses the old Quaker house which dates from 1487.

The village and civil parish of Penn is another part of the Chiltern Hills, a village where a number of famous figures such as Mary Berry have lived.

Quaiton is rich in history and full of old and new dwellings including two churches, a school and a pub.

Located in West Buckinghamshire, Long Crendon is another popular film location and is packed with amenities such as public houses, a brewery, football clubs and more.

Take a look below at an overview of the prettiest villages in Bucks.

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