There’s a great opportunity for young people to gain artistic inspiration, and learn more about how to protect local wildlife and the landscape, at a free event in High Wycombe next month. The Big Draw at Kingsmead Recreation Ground will … Continue reading Natural creativity
The trouble with nostalgia is that it’s never as good as it used to be. As Britain continues its seemingly never-ending agonising re-appraisal of its place in the world, somehow the opening of a café with a World War II … Continue reading We’ll meet again… and again
How much money, including visitor income, did John Betjeman cost Slough when his poetry when his poetry called for ‘friendly bombs’ to fall on the town? It’s impossible to know, although the local authority and others who promote Slough have … Continue reading Mad women, triple poisoners and parallel world portal: High Wycombe
Now here’s a practice none of the parties in this year’s General Election campaign are promising to introduce… Every third Saturday in May, the Mayor of High Wycombe and its Charter Trustees – councillors for the town wards of Wycombe … Continue reading Wycombe tradition: MORE or NO MORE?