NIGEL Havers has a wealth of television, theatre and film credits to his name. He toured to the Wycombe Swan with the immensely successful Art in 2002, and now he returns with a new stage adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's classic novel Rebecca.
Jacqueline Wilson, the Children's Laureate, will be signing copies of her new hardback Love Lessons at Ottakars High Wycombe this Friday from 4pm to 6pm.
TACKLING a complex comedic study of the acting profession, like Noises Off, may seem ambitious for an amateur dramatics company, but the Newpenny Theatre Company have come a long way in a short time.
THE Little Missenden Festival returns for its 46th year this month.
TEACHERS in Buckinghamshire have proved they can make the grade after graduating with headship qualifications from the National College for School Leadership.
WHEN was the last time you came in close proximity to a plastered friend, vomiting all over the pot plants or over someone's parents' new cream carpets?
Ben Polis is the boy who was meant to fail he was labelled a "weirdo" and was thrown out of six schools for his intolerable, disruptive behaviour.
I MAY have said this before; if so, sorry. Anyway it was either writing again about the High Wycombe of the future, or about whether the Prime Minister should quit now, or later.
RETAILING giant, Bhs the independent chain formerly known as British Home Stores - was tightlipped last week about strong rumours that it has purchased the Littlewoods site in the Octagon shopping centre.
LAND at Harvest Hill, Wooburn Green, which Wycombe District Council did not know it owned, could bring in £1 million, if the council can get planning permission to build two top-of-the-range homes there.
POLICE are trying to stop drug dealers from London infiltrating the low-crime town of Beaconsfield.
Are you twenty-something (or even thirty-something) and still living with your parents?
Marlow estate agents Andrew Fraser and Julie and Simon Gibson don't just aim to notch up sales that's only the half of it.
A wind of change has whistled through the lettings market. Not long ago tenants were spoilt for choice when they were looking for properties to rent. Not any more.
Compost toilets, walls made from straw bales and rammed earth blocks, wind turbines to generate electricity, rain harvesters to save water, sun pipes to bring natural light into dark areas and save plugging in a lamp.
MARTIN Rutherford finished his racing season in a creditable eighth position overall and vowed to come back quicker and luckier than ever next year.
Amersham SC is entering a new era after losing its long-standing chief swimming coach.
TENNIS: Widmer End LTC finally installed their floodlights last month after nearly five years of campaigning.
CYCLING: High Wycombe Cycling Club walked away with a splendid team victory when they won the Interclub 25-mile time trial competition for the second year running.
AN ARSON attack on the Beaconsfield home of a pharmaceutical company boss is now being linked with a second incident.
WORK began in earnest last Friday on Eden, the £130 million shopping and leisure development in High Wycombe town centre.
SURVIVOR Paul Glennerster says he remembers little of what happened before Germaine Lindsay's suicide bomb went off on the King's Cross Tube train.
MARLOW has been offered more police presence in town if the council is prepared to charge residents higher taxes.
The Free Press is going back in time with old photos and postcards of how Marlow used to be. In the second of this new series, Marlovian Michael Eagleton examines what postcards of the High Street reveal about Marlow's past.
PREHISTORIC treasures were unearthed by the Marlow Archaeological Society MAS last month as they completed their lottery-sponsored dig.
BUSINESS leaders say they are being ignored and have warned that town planners will destroy Marlow unless people start listening to them.
A FAMILY have told of their shock after being hit with a £1,000 bill to bury their grandparents together despite buying the double-plot 38 years ago.
THIS paper's Hand Back Our Hospital campaign takes to the streets today after gaining support from all corners of south Bucks.