The next Amersham martyrs guided walk will take place on Saturday (July 30) starting at 2.30pm from Amersham Museum, in High Street.
The walk is led by guides in Tudor costume and tells the story of the six men and one woman burnt to death for their beliefs 500 years ago.
The walks takes about two hours and 15 minutes (a short cut is possible near the end for those pressed for time) and stops in about eight places of relevance to the story including the church where they were compelled to pray in Latin, the cottage where they held secret prayer meetings in English, the building where they were imprisoned, the field where they were burnt to death and their memorial.
People will also learn about life in early 16th century Amersham including the language, the clothing, the trades, the housing, health and medicines, food and drink and also the origins of many of the expressions we use today.
The walk costs £2.50 for adults and it is free for children.
The walk is repeated on the last Saturday in August and September.
No booking is necessary. Just turn up, whatever the weather.