High Wycombe, The River Wye And Queen Victoria Road Bridge c.1955

High Wycombe, The River Wye And Queen Victoria Road Bridge c.1955

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Memories of High Wycombe

Happy Days

My mum and dad always told me they had many happy days sat on Tom Burts Hill - where did the name come from? The building below is the original hospital I think. The view there is so nice compared to now, just houses and traffic yuk!!!

A memory of High Wycombe

Heady Days In 1955 1956

In January 1955 I started as a sixth former at the Royal Grammar School. It was a culture shock after an independent school, but a very good way to get focused. I lived at ...Read full memory

1949 Onwards At High Wycombe

I was born in 1949 at home in West Wycombe Road and lived in the area until 1969. My family owned one of the two Corn & Seed Merchants businesses called Jones and ...Read full memory

Mod Wall

In the early to mid 1960s High Wycombe Town Hall was a wonderland for the emerging music scene. On Tuesday nights for 7 shillings and 6 pence you could see improbable acts like The ...Read full memory

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