High Wycombe in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... the 1st exit to High Wycombe. From November 1990 to January 1996 I lived in High Wycombe because I was stationed there in the RAF. I served at Headquarters Strike Command (now know as HQAir). This is the admin centre of the fighting Air Force. All the admin for the good stuff is done here. When I arrived I worked in Command Supply Registry, Supply 4 MT 4 section. I had been there less than a month before I was detached away to work on my War Role working in the Primary War Head Quarters. This was just before the 1st Gulf War kicked off so we were pretty damn busy. I worked down there (It's underground!) for over a year. When it finally c... more
Customer High Wycombe in General Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/10/08 (Very useful, 34 readings)
In Buckinghamshire, England. It's very green most of the year, possibly THE greenest place I've ever lived. There is a lot of National Trust land around the area. Roald Dahl lived fairly close and if you read the book "Danny, Champion of the world" and then go to High Wycombe from the North by train in the Autumn you will see what he meant. Pheasants everywhere! High Wycombe has tons of hills, hence the name. Interesting places to go include The West Wycombe caves (Home of the Hell Fire Club), also visit the church and mausoleum above the caves, a Hammer film was made there! There is good travel access to pretty much everywhere, High ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/00, updated on 25/10/00 (Very useful, 285 readings)
Although at first there does not seem much to set apart High Wycombe from any other large town, it's unique history and attributes combine to form a lively and colourful place. I shall try to bring a little bit of High Wycombe to life for you. High Wycombe is the largest town in the county of Buckinghamshire, although surprisingly it is not the administrative centre. Situated in the rolling hills of the Chilterns, the town is built upon steep slopes and deep valleys, which make for an interesting winter driving experience. The name Wycombe derives from two words. Wye is the name of the once grand river, which is now reduced to a stream which surfaces at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/00, updated on 25/11/01
High Wycombe is nothing special, just a town with the usual high street shops and banks. The train station is in the centre of Wycombe, which is useful. On the outskirts of High Wycombe is a huge out of town John Lewis, which is always packed. High Wycombe has some very good grammer schools, Royal Grammer school and John Hamden Grammer school. High Wycombe is fairly near to Windsor (berks) and Slough (berks) as well as Beaconsfield, chalfont and Gerrards Cross. ... Read the complete review
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