Here are five of the biggest stories on the Bucks Free Press website this week.

Plans submitted to build 41 homes in High Wycombe housing development

A proposal has been submitted to build a new housing development in Booker, High Wycombe.

The plans highlight an aim to build a total of 41 new properties in a new development on land off of Clayhill in Clay Lane, Booker, of which 20 will be defined as affordable properties.

Flackwell Heath man and his partner 'took their own lives inside her flat'

An inquest earlier this week heard how a Flackwell Heath man and a woman who were found together inside her flat took their own lives.

Niraj Patel, 31, and mother-of-two Alex Mills, 32, were found at Ms Mills' home in Gorleston in Norfolk on July 21 this year.

Her children did not live at her address.

'Shane Richie owes me £1.85': Former Butlers pub worker recalls meeting I'm a Celebrity and EastEnders star in High Wycombe

A former pub worker from High Wycombe made the news this week, after he claimed that I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here star Shane Richie owes him £1.85 for a lemonade from more than a decade ago.

Toby Green, 32, first met EastEnders’ Alfie Moon when he came to High Wycombe for a book signing at Woolworths in 2003, when hundreds of fans were left disappointed after the shop closed its doors once it was full.

'Now that he’s on I’m a Celeb and getting a six-figure salary I thought ‘you can definitely afford to pay me back the £1.85’ said Mr Green.

Rival bid by Welcome Break to build another M25 motorway service station and hotel progresses - as fresh designs revealed

Detailed plans for an "innovative" new motorway service station on the M25 have been revealed.

Welcome Break wants to build a "state-of-the-art" motorway service station with a hotel on land owned by Buckinghamshire Council in the Colne Valley, between the M40 and the M4.

It is the second bid to build a service station in the area after Extra - which already runs Beaconsfield Services - submitted plans in 2019 for one between junctions 16 and 17 of the M25.

Long-awaited opening of new Wimpy in White Hart Street, High Wycombe

The long-awaited new Wimpy restaurant in High Wycombe opened it's doors earlier this week.

Because of lockdown restrictions, only takeaways and home delivery orders can be made for the new White Hart Street fast food eatery which opened on Monday.

The opening of the new restaurant comes after a £200,000 upgrade of the former G'rillers unit in the town centre.