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17 May 2013
High Wycombe Business Improvement District is looking for local businesses to help budding entrepreneurs be heard.
15 May 2013
In the run up to International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia on 17 May, Wycombe District Council is reminding local residents that they can now report incidents of hate crime around the clock, thanks to a new website, freephone and text service launched by charity Stop Hate UK.
14 May 2013
Wycombe Museum is throwing open its doors after hours this Friday 17 May, as part of the UK-wide Museums at Night festival.
24 April 2013
People living in Wycombe District are being urged to have their say about the way social housing is allocated in Buckinghamshire.
19 April 2013
Wycombe District Council's tourist information centres (TIC) have teamed up with local tourist attractions in the district and surrounding area, to offer local residents the opportunity to win entry tickets in a monthly competition.
18 April 2013
Due to an upgrade, our online and phone payments service will unavailable on Tuesday April 23 from 2pm. We expect the system not to be out for more than 3 hours. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
12 April 2013
The Secretary of State, the Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP, has today confirmed that he does not wish to call in Wycombe District Council's application for a running track at land in Little Marlow.
11 April 2013
This Saturday there's a special event for young people aged 11 and up, taking place at Marlow Youth Centre on Wycombe Road, Marlow.
10 April 2013
A well loved local river is set for a makeover, as work to improve its bank structure and wildlife habitat gets underway on 15 April.
09 April 2013
Plans to regenerate the former Compair Site in the Hughenden Quarter in High Wycombe are taking a further step forward as the Council prepares to draw on £1.3m of finance from the Local Enterprise Partnership's Growing Places Fund towards the cost of the new road infrastructure that will serve the proposed redevelopment plans for the site.