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High Wycombe is an English town northwest of London. It’s in the rolling countryside of the Chiltern Hills. Local art and furniture are exhibited at Wycombe Museum, in a centuries-old house with lush gardens. Hughenden Manor is the former residence of Benjamin Disraeli, the 19th-century prime minister. Near town, West Wycombe Park is another stately home. Hellfire Caves is an explorable man-made cave network.

High Wycombe’s most famous industry, furniture making (particularly Windsor chairs) took hold in the 19th century with furniture factories setting up across the town. The landscape around the town is a patchwork of fields dotted with lush Chiltern beechwoods which provided home and work to the bodgers of the 19th century.

A ceremony called the ‘Weighing of the Mayor’ has been carried out in the town since 1678. At the beginning and end of each year of service, the mayor is weighed in full view of the public to see whether or not he or she has gained weight, presumably at the taxpayers’ expense. The custom, which has survived to the present day, employs the same weighing apparatus used since the 19th century.




Driving on the M40, at junction 4 take the A404 exit to High Wycombe.

At the Handy Cross Roundabout, follow the signs for the A404 and take the 3rd exit onto Marlow Hill (A404).

Drive into High Wycombe.

At the roundabout, take 2nd exit following the signs to the train station.

At the next roundabout, take 1st exit onto A40/A404 (following the signs towards the train station)

At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Queen Street. (still following the signs towards the train station)

Continue to follow A404. Drive past the train station and up Amersham Hill.

Reeds Solicitors High Wycombe office is in The Old Registry (20 Amersham Hill) on your righthand side.



There are a few visitors parking spaces available outside the front of our building.

Alternatively, there is a public car park down Totteridge Road on the right side. You would need to turn right into Totteridge Road just after crossing the bridge over the train tracks, and you will find car parking some 200 meters down on the righthand side.

To find the office, walk back to Amersham Hill and turn right.

On your righthand side is The Old Registry (20 Amersham Hill), where Reeds Solicitors High Wycombe office is.



The town is served by High Wycombe railway station on the Chiltern Main Line, with services operated by Chiltern Railways from London Marylebone to Aylesbury, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Birmingham Snow Hill and Kidderminster. The station is the busiest in South Buckinghamshire. Express services travel to London in 23 minutes, slower trains take up to 45 minutes.

To find the office from High Wycombe Train Station, please follow the directions below.



Exit the station through the main entrance. Turn right.

Walk to the main road (Amersham Hill) and follow the path as it turns right.

Walk up the hill, over the bridge crossing the rail tracks.

You’ll need to cross over Totteridge Road.

On your righthand side is The Old Registry (20 Amersham Hill), where Reeds Solicitors High Wycombe office is located.

01494 418 628

Emergency number: 01494 418 080

Suite F4 The Old Registry, 20 Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 6NZ,

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