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Wycombe District Council, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Wycombe District Council
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High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire

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Wycombe District is situated in the heart of the Chilterns and has a population of around 164,000. 85% of the district is rural and contains some of the most breathtaking scenery in the country, including many historic and famous places of interest. The District's town centres and villages are vibrant and attractive places for residents and visitors alike.

High Wycombe is the largest town in the district and boasts a wealth of entertainment and shopping facilities for users. The Wycombe Chilterns is officially an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With High Wycombe as its main centre, the District stretches south to the River Thames at Marlow and north to the highest point in the Chilterns at Coombe Hill, beyond Princes Risborough.

Scattered throughout are tiny hamlets and villages, traditional and typical, frequently with a village green surrounded by thatched and half-timbered or mellow brick and flint cottages. The ancient churches often contain treasures and the entire area is steeped in history. The district is well placed and easily accessible by road, rail and air links, indeed High Wycombe town centre is only 30 miles from central London.

Population 162,108

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