WANDERERS assistant manager Steve Brown hopes Saturday's narrow win over Barnet will kickstart the Blues' promotion drive after four matches without a win.
I'M dyeing to help charity this week by offering to change my hair colour for a good cause.
Summer is almost over, but with that comes a change in the seasons which brings new colours, smells and some of nature's best sights.
As summer comes to an end, it's time to load up your patio pots and containers with spring bulbs to give you some welcome splashes of colour from February to May.
I'VE been quite happy to grab the biggest onions in sight whenever I want to add flavour to a casserole or stirfry. The larger the onions, the less hassle with peeling and chopping and less time to cry.
MAKING that great first impression is made so much easier with a great smile. Be it at your first job interview or that all important first date, your teeth are a big asset on the road to seduction or success.
British Home Stores is back with a vengeance, offering the latest high street trends at value for money prices, writes Francine Miller.
A talking dog with a bucket on his head might sound bizarre but Michael Grant believes his comic cartoon creation could go on to rival Snoopy, Garfield and even Bart Simpson.
Ned Sherrin, broadcaster, playwright, producer, director and occasional actor, has nearly reached the age of 75, although you would never know it.
A new display by contemporary artist June Kingsbury examines the fragility of life and the incorporation of nature into material things.
There was a moment in his life that John Suchet, one of the most recognisable faces and voices of television news, thought he and his crew were going to die, and that he would be responsible.
The US opening of Cinderella Man was overshadowed by a certain incident involving a Hollywood star, a hotel attendant and a flying telephone.
PROPERTY auctions are becoming increasingly popular, with the top 20 commercial and residential auctioneers seeing a 16 per cent increase in sales.
In ten years, the number of British households owning a holiday home abroad has soared from 280,000 to nearly 400,000 and the "no frills" airlines boom means the figure could keep climbing.
RAISING the deposit for a property is usually the hardest hurdle to overcome, but now new buyers are being given a helping hand.
FIRST-time buyers are increasingly relying on their parents to help them get on the property ladder, says a new report.
ASHES hero Andrew Strauss was originally a wicket-keeper for his first club, a Gerrards Cross stalwart has revealed.
EVELYN Clark celebrated her 100th birthday on September 2, and was overjoyed to receive a card from The Queen.
BRENDA and Peter Darrington celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at a family reunion with a congratulatory telegram from The Queen.
The day I had been waiting for had finally arrived. Thursday, August 25, the day GCSE results came out!
CREATIVE students from Sir William Ramsay School are celebrating after getting perfect marks in their art exams.
A NEW scheme has been launched by the Chiltern Conservation Board to raise public awareness about red kites.
PRINCES Risborough Countryside Group have met to discuss a new footpath leading up to Brush Hill after receiving a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
STAFF and volunteers at Hughenden Manor are hard at work restoring a Victorian walled garden back to prominence.
A PARENT from Loudwater is fighting to stop a day nursery opening in her busy street.
THE ASHES are firmly back in the hands of the English last week and in the summer of 1951 it looks like the Booker Cricket Team had clinched another sporting trophy.
THIS month the Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust celebrated the launch of a new training school for pathologists at Wycombe Hospital.
IHAVE regularly battled with my daughters over their reluctance to do anything (or worse to allow me to do anything) that may turn out to be "embarrassing".
WYCOMBE district councillors are to be congratulated for comprehensively rejecting Waitrose's current proposals for Marlow at the special development control committee meeting in Marlow on Monday.
"NO news is good news" is an old adage which I wish to interrogate today.
THIS is the 65th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and the Royal Air Forces Association, High Wycombe branch welfare department is launching a campaign to identify and help elderly ex-RAF people and dependents who might be in need.
I AGREE with Carl Karshagen that non-visible speed cameras should reduce speeding.
MICHAEL Wilson (letters September 9) uses the Burns Report to conclude that the ban on foxhunting will lead to foxes being killed by other methods.
WITH reference to the letter from Michael Wilson referring to Bea Bradley (letter, September 2) may I respectfully suggest he has been selective in his quoting of the Burns Report re: Hunting.
OVER the summer I have wanted to spend time with my family using the amenities at The Rye.
WELL never in my life have I seen such breathtaking idiocy as I witnessed this week.
MOTORISTS frustrated that they have been stopped using Bridge Street car park in High Wycombe, when there is no start to building work there on the town's multimillion pound redevelopment project, have been given a sign.
SCHOOL children in Holmer Green are still being urged to have their parents pick them up after an assault on a young girl in the village.
As a local girl I would like to offer my wholehearted support to the Bucks Free Press campaign Hand Back Our Hospital.
A FATHER has spoken of his horror after burglars crept through the bedroom of his two children while they slept and then stole £8,000 in goods from the family home.
PLANS to reduce the number of crashes at the Culverton crossroads on the A4010 were unveiled at a public consultation in Lacey Green.
NOT everyone thinks the housing growth figures for the south of the county, or even for south east England, are right.
ENGLAND has taken the Ashes back at last though I have to say that, ardent cricket fan though I am, I didn't have the mental strength to watch much of the test series this summer, let alone the last game. Far too harrowing.
DISTRICTS in the south of the county have done well in terms of the number of new houses likely to be built there over the next 20 years, say planners.
What a match, what a game, what a result. Wycombe's progress in the Carling Cup has ground to a halt but what a way to go.