The latest from Wycombe Sound
Wycombe Swan Panto stars are in the first week of rehearsals ahead of the first night on Friday 8th December, Beauty and The Beast stars Strictly Come Dancing glitter-ball winner Joe McFadden, Hear’say and musical theatre star Suzanne Shaw as the Enchantress, and the world’s funniest redhead La Voix as
To celebrate Wycombe Sound’s 10th Anniversary on Saturday 9th December we are giving you the chance to win 1 of 12 prizes and raise funds for the station. Wycombe Sound’s first broadcast was in 2013 and 10 years later we are celebrating the anniversary with a chance to win some
Thames Valley Police were among those involved in Operation Sceptre, a national week of action, education and awareness-raising to tackle knife crime and violence which started on 13th November. The force’s approach is to increase education and early intervention to stop young people getting involved in crime in the first place.
High Wycombe’s annual Christmas Light Switch-On event returns this Saturday moving to a prime time for the town centre, enabling more visitors than ever to participate in the festive fun. It all starts from 12 noon, with an exciting array of mouth-watering food trucks, festive games, children’s rides & entertainment,
Wycombe-based food bank One Can Trust has been awarded The King’s Award for Voluntary Service – the highest accolade a local voluntary group can receive in the UK and the equivalent of an MBE. The charity, which is run by a small staff team alongside 300 volunteers, provides emergency food parcels to
7 years ago at 7 am Wycombe Sound launched after 3 successful pilots in 2013, 2014, and 2015. Programmes Director, Luke Davis, thanked the team of volunteers for all their dedication in keeping Wycombe Sound on air with a wide variety of programmes, as well as the range of local
Get ready to Sparkle and Shine as Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity presents two performances of Nativity The Musical at Wycombe Swan Theatre on Saturday 28th October.
Colin’s been speaking to Amy Quinlan, who is directing the production for a second time after last year’s success in Aylesbury.
An online silent auction is open until 8pm on Sunday 1st October to help raise money for the Mayor of High Wycombe’s chosen charities. Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Charitable Fund supporting High Wycombe Breast Cancer Unit and Chiltern Wood Special School in Downley and Cressex will benefit. Colin’s been speaking to Cllr
Due to the demolition of Bristol Rovers South Stand and the failure to replace it, there is no undercover seated area for away fans, which is an EFL requirement. Wycombe Wanderers will only have 500 away tickets on the uncovered terrace on Saturday. Disabled fans requiring a seat would have
Area Commander Superintendent Emma Burroughs has been speaking to Colin about hate crime, knife crime, theft from vehicles, the force’s Race Action Plan consultation and the importance of reporting instances of crime.
A new season is just around the corner… Live Commentaries, Ringing The Blues, The Wycombe Wanderers Show, and much more… As the 2023/24 season rapidly approaches here is everything you can hear on Wycombe Sound in the upcoming season starting with Joe Jacobson’s Testimonial Game. Tune in tonight (24/07/23) to
Catch up with last night’s Ringing The Blues Live, which ended with Wycombe Wanderers revealing their brand new (and stunning) away kit marking their 30th season in the EFL! It was also revealed last night that Ringing The Blues will be coming to Wycombe Sound every Tuesday night between 7-8!
Each year Bucks Art Weeks brings together the work of hundreds of contemporary artists and makers from around Buckinghamshire from sculpture, glass, jewellery, painting, wirework, woodwork, photography, textiles, and more! David spoke to Sam Burke, the interim chair of Visual Images Group, the organisers of Bucks Arts Weeks. More about
Wycombe Wanderers Chairman Rob Couhig joined Phil Catchpole for a very special Live edition of the club’s Ringing The Blues podcast taking questions from fans about the season that’s just finished, work that’s happening in the summer both on and off the pitch, and the season which begins later in
Thames Valley Police have been carrying out a week of action to help reduce and prevent knife crime. It follows the murder of 17 year-old Cameron Bailey from Sussex in Easton Street earlier this month. Colin’s been speaking to Superintendent Emma Burroughs, the area commander for South Buckinghamshire. First here’s
HWBIDCo’s recently launched ‘Diverted Giving’ scheme will be working in conjunction with local charity, The Oasis Partnership, to ensure all public donations reach those in need of meaningful support and help tackle drug and alcohol use amongst the street begging community. The three ‘Diverted Giving Points’ – on the High