The Sign, April 2011. The leafy little English market town of Chesham in Buckinghamshire is not a very exciting place. In fact, one might say it has virtually nothing to entice the passing traveler. It does have a pretty park and a handful of decent pubs, while a claim to fame could be the local produce market, once voted Britain’s greenest. Oh, and if you’re really desperate, there’s always Chesham Museum. But while nobody could describe it as the pulsating heart of England, this inconsequential little town will always occupy a special place in my heart.