Here are five stories you may have missed on the Bucks Free Press last week.

Bucks Free Press:

A new 'cheating map' has revealed the number of people in the area who are having an affair - and Beaconsfield and Amersham both make it into the top 10 across the UK.

The figures are from, the 'top' affairs dating website.

See the full figures here.

Bucks Free Press:

from residents concerned about increased traffic – with a town council claiming the new business is not necessary.

Aqua Valet Ltd has received some local resistance to its proposal for a new indoor carwash and valet service in a former storage and distribution unit used by Honda, on Penn Road, in Beaconsfield.

The full story is here.

Bucks Free Press:

A popular lakeside wedding venue has been forced to shut because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic - leaving brides devastated.

Waddesdon Manor's trading company Rothschild Waddesdon Ltd has had to surrender its lease of the picturesque wedding venue The Dairy as a result of "severe financial pressure and ongoing uncertainty caused by Covid-19".

Click here for the full story.

Bucks Free Press:

A problem pathway ‘plagued by drugs and prostitution’ will remain sealed from the public for a further three years.

The renewal of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle ongoing crime and antisocial behaviour in a footpath running behind a row of houses on West End Road, High Wycombe, has been carried.

Full story here.

Bucks Free Press:

A doctors surgery in Marlow has reminded people within the town of the pressures they are under, after some patients have allegedly ‘thrown objects across the surgery’ and have ‘sworn at receptionists.’

Full details here.