High Wycombe is a large Market Town situated in Buckinghamshire lying in the valley of the River Wye surround by the Chiltern Hills.
It’s famous for its production of furniture and is surrounded by trees and lovely green spaces. The Rye is a 53-acre tree lined park with a spring fed dyke, the old Lido which is now a gym and has the River Wye coursing through the northern end. Hughenden Manor and Estate – was owned by Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister 1868 and 1874–1880. The house and estate are now owned and managed by The National Trust, who allow public access to the stunning Hughenden Park.
The Eden Centre offers fantastic shopping, dining and leisure facilities for every budget. Sports and leisure are very well catered for with the Wycombe Sports Centre offering swimming, climbing, gym, squash, indoor cycling, sports hall and bowls halls. The Rye and Holywell Mead offer outdoor swimming, football, tennis, rugby, outdoor gym and running facilities.