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Definition funny of Chertsey:

urbanA town in Surrey which has a lot of shops and is close to thorpe park. South east England.

urbanChertsey is a town in Surrey

urbanA place, people or situation so devoid of any thing good and that makes you feel total despair. It is also the name of market town in surrey which is so devoid anything good that the mere thought of it can bring on utter despair.

urbanOh my god this party is so chertsey!

songs

Songs about Chertsey:

songsChertsey Mead by Peter King, Derek Watkins, Ronnie Ross, Jimmy Hastings & Duncam Lamont Tony Kinsey from the Album Thames Suite

books

Books about Chertsey:

booksCharters of Chertsey Abbey (Anglo-Saxon Charters) by Susan J. Kelly (Dec 30, 2014)

booksA Tuesday Afternoon in Chertsey: The Evil Side of Alcohol - A First Hand Experience by Blackwater of the Fields and Doug Des Champs (Nov 29, 2013)

booksChertsey: Webster's Timeline History, 666 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 27, 2010)

booksChertsey Abbey: an existence of the past by Lucy Wheeler (Nov 23, 2011)

booksA Tuesday Afternoon in Chertsey: Share the Journeys of a Man as He Experiences Severe Alcohol Withdrawl by Mr. Blackwater of the Fields and Doug Des Champs (Sep 9, 2013)

booksChertsey Abbey; An Existence of the Past by Lucy Wheeler (Sep 12, 2013)

booksChertsey Abbey: An Existence of the Past - Primary Source Edition by Lucy Wheeler (Dec 11, 2013)

wiki

Wiki information Chertsey:

Chertsey
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Travel destination, Dated location

Chertsey is a town in the Runnymede borough of Surrey, England on the River Thames and a tributary, the River Bourne, within the Greater London Urban Area, bordered by junction 11 of the M25 London orbital motorway, the town of Addlestone and by...

Chertsey Abbey
Monastery, Project focus, Structure, Location, Building

Chertsey Abbey, dedicated to St Peter, was a Benedictine monastery located at Chertsey in the English county of Surrey. Originally founded by Saint Erkenwald, later Bishop of London, in 666 AD and he became the first abbot. Most of north-west Surrey...