Audley Chalfont Dene is fortunate to have the lively, friendly community of Chalfont St Peter as its close neighbour. The village was first recorded around the 7th Century as an Anglo Saxon settlement along the River Misbourne called 'Caedeles Funta'. It was later mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1087. The population as at the 2001 census numbered some 12,939 making Chalfont St Peter one of the largest villages in the South East of England.
Chalfont St Peter is a vibrant village community with a strong local identity. It has a bustling shopping area with a wide range of leisure and sports clubs and a number of friendly pubs and restaurants. The village also benefits from excellent rail links from Gerrards Cross station, which provides direct trains to London Marylebone.