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Helping others in High Wycombe who cannot help themselves through these difficult times.
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For those normally with a Monday collection, CLICK HERE for the dates through to the end of February 2022, otherwise click on this link (www.chiltern.gov.uk/collection-dates) and input your Post Code.
The next collection is on Wednesday 12th January, Black Bins & Brown Food Bins, after that it is Tuesday 18th January for re-cycling (Blue Bin & Paper Boxes AND Green Bins) and the weekly Food Waste (small Brown Bins)

Find out about the latest environmental issues affecting our area, what we are trying to do about them and what you can do to help make a difference.


Speen Message Board

A web based message board for Speen was set up in 2002 and is still going today. Click on this link http://speenbucks.proboards.com/ or copy the address into your address bar to access it.

Comments (1)

  • NissenSamuels


    I am trying to find out more about my parents’ whereabouts in the Second World War. My mother was twenty when her firm was evacuated to Plomer Hill House in Downley, but she spent a lot of time in Speen. It is possible that she lived there, possibly with someone called Greta who may have been originally German. She often talked fondly about Speen and she told me that it was at Speen that my father first kissed her when the bus driver told him to hurry up and kiss her as the bus needed to depart.
    I know it’s a long shot but can anyone help me?
    Came to Speen a week ago and spoke to two women in the Village Store who were far too young to remember 1941 but were otherwise most helpful.
    Here’s hoping Linda Nissen Samuels


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