If you haven’t seen it, a unique café in High Wycombe takes its customers back in time.

The Air Raid Shelter Café, which is now situated in Frogmoor following its relocation from the Chilterns Shopping Centre, focuses on life in the UK during the Second World War.

Not only is it a place where you can eat and drink, but it’s also a venue to learn about one of the most challenging periods in British history.

Customers can enjoy a full Tommy all-day breakfast (a full English), whilst reading old newspapers from 80 years ago.

Owner, Chris Miller, who has admitted to being the café’s ‘one man band’, told the Sun newspaper: "I spent a lot of time with my grandparents growing up and I just love that generation.

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"My grandparents weren't proud of fighting in the war - it was just something that they had to do.

"It made them more compassionate, funnily enough, they are very compassionate about human life, so I wanted to honour that generation."

After being based in the derelict shopping centre for several years, Mr Miller moved his business into Frogmoor last autumn, with the official reopening taking place on September 29.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was conducted by 97-year-old World War II veteran John Pearce, with the cafe being visited by many people from the town and beyond.

Key features of the café that resemble 1940s England include signs warning about bombs, an Anderson Shelter, posters and photos from the time, as well as a car inside the building.

Speaking to the Free Press in September, he said: “I just hope that people will continue to come and that I’ll be able to turn it into a real business.

“Everyone has been amazing so far – I definitely wouldn’t be where I am without the support of this community.”

The cafe's popularity is also shown through its Google Reviews, with the business having an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 from 284 testimonials.