• The Buildings of Wycombe: No. 28 High Street

    Do you know I really enjoy writing the “Buildings of Wycombe” blogs as I never know what I am likely to unearth about the architecture that fills our town centre. I also enjoy hearing from the readers especially when comments are left asking me to

  • Never say die attitude pleases Waddock

    GARY Waddock hailed the never say die attitude of his players, saying they were all “outstanding” as they claimed a late draw at Notts County. Wanderers looked like they were on their way to another awayday defeat until Joel Grant’s rocket in injury

  • Dangerous drivers need to be stopped now

    CAN anyone tell me when Wycombe District Council or Bucks County Council are going to organise the roads in our town in a half-decent fashion? I have repeatedly witnessed vehicles driving from Church Street into Castle Street and vice versa for months

  • FA must revoke booking of Jordan Ibe

    FEW would dispute that football referees should penalise players who celebrate too enthusiastically and create the risk of inciting crowd trouble. But surely the rule was taken to a risible extreme at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday – when 15-year-old

  • Gloom or boom – witch way is it?

    YOU would never believe that we, as a nation, are supposed to be tightening our belts in order to get the economy back on its feet, if you were visiting any of our supermarkets in the last week or two. The amount of Halloween merchandise on display has

  • Marlow Bottom News Nov. 4

    CONSTANTLY I wonder how he does it. In world terms, a pretty minor town, yet Marlow figures on the itinerary of many prominent jazz performers on their European tours. Through the magic influence of Michael Eagleton, the Marlow Jazz Club have come up

  • Grant grabs great goal to snatch point

    Notts County 1, Wycombe Wanderers 1. JOEL Grant’s late rocket stole a point for Wanderers as he hit a stunning injury time equaliser. The winger, on as a substitute, let fly from 35 yards late on past an unsighted Stuart Nelson as Blues

  • Events coming up in the weeks ahead

    TUFFNEY Performing Arts Academy is celebrating after its Youth Dance Company team won first place in the Street Dance Championships in Disneyland Paris. The group of dancers from aged 12 to 18 went to the International Festival of Dance and Performing

  • £100k quest continues in New York

    THE awful memory of watching his mum waste away has been spurring on Steven Smith for over a decade. And this weekend the multiple marathon runner is in New York as his relentless drive to beat the devastating disease which killed her continued

  • Jettblack return for homecoming gig

    JETTBLACK style themselves on a music genre that isn't often heard on the radio these days. The likes of Ugly Kid Joe, Bon Jovi and White Snake, mostly celebrated in the late 80s, early 90s are just a few of the bands the rockers are influenced

  • Arson suspected after barn blaze

    A BARN containing about 100 tonnes of straw went up in flames last night in a suspected arson attack. Three crews of firefighters were called at 9.18pm to tackle the blaze, which was in a field off Broad Lane, just south of Holtspur Cemetery on the

  • Glee group hopes to be on Britain's Got Talent

    A GROUP of keen singer and dancers ranging from 20 to 50-years-old is hoping their audition will be enough to take them through to appear on Britain's Got Talent. Members from seven groups of Glee Club UK, including High Wycombe's, are rehearsing Ain't

  • Wycombe MP won't defect to UKIP

    WYCOMBE MP Steve Baker has dismissed UKIP Leader Nigel Farage's suggestion he should defect from the Conservatives. Tory backbencher Mr Baker voted in favour of a referendum on the UK's relationship with the European Union, winning favour with

  • Half marathon to shut roads

    ROADS around Marlow town centre will close tomorrow as the Marlow Half Marathon takes place. The starter's pistol will fire at 9.30am for the 22nd installment of the event - notorious for being “one of the toughest” in England. It sets

  • Our MP should have stayed at home in Wycombe

    WELL done to Wycombe MP, Steve Baker. I read in the BFP (October 28) that he actually voted for holding an EU referendum. I am not that sure of the pros and cons of remaining in the EU but the overwhelming opinion appears to be for withdrawal

  • Tory hits back in charity cuts row

    A LEADING Tory has refuted claims her party knows “the price of everything and the value of nothing” in a row over charity cuts. Councillor Katrina Wood has hit back at accusations from Wycombe Labour as the clash between the parties on funding

  • 80 drivers sent warning letter

    Community news and events for Bourne End, Flackwell Heath, Wooburn Green and Loudwater. FLACKWELL HEATH: More than 80 drivers were sent a warning letter from police after a speeding operation on Straight Bit last month. A speed indication