Category: News

We’re looking for High Wycombe’s best indie retailer – but we need your help… This summer we’ve been busy championing High Wycombe’s vibrant independent scene and highlighting the number of brilliant indie businesses around the town centre.  From our cashmob event back in July, to our summer-long voting competition, we’re asking you to help us […]

Love Wycombe photo contest

We’re celebrating World Photo Day with the launch of our Love Wycombe photo competition. To enter, just send us your best, most original photos of High Wycombe town centre and you could be in with a shot of winning some fantastic prizes. You have until 4pm Friday 23rd August 2019 to enter and we’ll be […]

Promotional flyer for town spring clean

Transform your town

Spring has officially sprung! Together with Chiltern Rangers, Friends of the Wye and Revive the Wye, we’re taking to the streets to transform High Wycombe. From litter picking and bunting installs, to environmental improvements and seasonal planting – the project has been made possible by a last minute grant from Wycombe District Council. Discussing the event, […]

Random Acts of Kindness poster with bags of sweets

RAOK Roundup

We kicked off Feel Good February with our Random Acts of Kindness Campaign… The event, which took place on Sunday 17th of February, saw us take to the streets of High Wycombe town centre and surprise unsuspecting shoppers with free gifts donated by local businesses.  Discussing the idea behind the campaign, our Marketing & Comms Coordinator Siobhan Carney […]

Local Salon is bang ‘on Trend’

A local hair and beauty salon has been nominated for The Hair Extension Category at the 2019 English Hair and Beauty Awards.  Trend Hair Extensions, (12 Crendon Street) was shortlisted for the award at the start of the year after receiving an overwhelming number of public votes.  Speaking about the nomination, salon owner, Jackie French said “We are absolutely thrilled to […]

Shopmobility manager, Claire McMackin, receiving Tom Hillier Award
Christmas leaflets for HWBIDCo's Christmas Light's Switch On event