All the chats in Buckinghamshire

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  2. Free chat in Aylesbury
  3. Free chat in Amersham
  4. Free chat in Chesham
  5. Free chat in Gerrards Cross
  6. Free chat in Chalfont Saint Peter
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  8. Free chat in Amersham on the Hill
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  10. Free chat in Buckingham
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  13. Free chat in Chalfont St Giles
  14. Free chat in Wendover
  15. Free chat in Iver
  16. Free chat in Great Missenden
  17. Free chat in Farnham Royal
  18. Free chat in Bourne End
  19. Free chat in Little Chalfont
  20. Free chat in Winslow
  21. Free chat in Haddenham
  22. Free chat in Aston Clinton
  23. Free chat in Stoke Poges
  24. Free chat in Stokenchurch
  25. Free chat in Pitstone
  26. Free chat in Ivinghoe
  27. Free chat in Wing

Buckinghamshire is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in Aylesbury and Milton Keynes. Located in the Southeast region it borders on the north with Northamptonshire, on the east with Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, on the southeast with Greater London, on the south with Berkshire and on the west with Oxfordshire. The area governed by the Buckinghamshire City Council is divided into four districts: Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe, and its capital is the town of Aylesbury. The municipality of Milton Keynes is a unitary authority that is part of the ceremonial county and that was previously another district governed by said municipality.

According to the 2001 census, the ceremonial county had a total area of ​​1873.58 km² and a population of 686,083 inhabitants. In the administrative regional reform of 1974, Buckinghamshire lost Slough and Eton, transferred to Berkshire, these areas have been administered by the local authorities of Slough and Windsor and Maidenhead since 1998. Buckinghamshire is an agricultural county that includes part of the Chiltern Hills to the south and the Aylesbury Valley to the north. The highest peak is Coombe Hill, near Wendover with an altitude of 267 meters. It has fertile agricultural lands with many haciendas, particularly those of the Rothschild family, from the 19th century. The industry is agriculture, furniture manufacturing, pharmaceutical and service and distribution industries. To the south there are some residential areas for London.