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About High Wycombe
High Wycombe is the second largest town in Buckinghamshire after Milton Keynes. Wycombe appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 and was noted for having six mills, manufacturing lace and linen cloth. Due to the waters of the River Wye being rich in chalk, it was ideal for bleaching pulp and so the paper industry also became important in the town.
The most famous industry for High Wycombe is furniture, which started in the 19th century and resulted in many furniture factories appearing all over the town. Terraced housing for workers was built in the town and it is estimated that around 4,700 chairs per day were made in High Wycombe. Wycombe Museum has many examples of locally made chairs and information about the furniture and lace industries. With the decline of the furniture industry in the 1960s, there was considerable unemployment and social problems in the town.
From 1940 to 1968, RAF Bomber Command was based at High Wycombe and in the Second World War, the US Army’s 8th Air Force was based at a former girls school there.
High Wycombe has subsequently been completely regenerated and now boasts the Eden Shopping Centre and the Buckinghamshire New University. There is a large, well equipped theatre, the Wycombe Swan, which hosts many acts and shows before or after their appearance in the West End.
Hughenden Manor is just outside the town, built in the Regency period and home to Benjamin Disraeli in the mid 19th century.
Now a popular tourist attraction, the Hellfire Caves are a network of man-made chalk & flint underground caves. The caves were excavated by Francis Dashwood in the 1700s and held the Hellfire Club meetings there, amid rumours of black magic, satanic rituals and orgies.
Notable residents of High Wycombe include singer Dusty Springfield, actor and comedian James Corden, rugby player Matt Dawson, golfer Luke Donald, chef Heston Blumenthal and Benjamin Disraeli, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the late 1800s. For more information about High Wycombe, please visit the Visit Buckinghamshire website.