Over the years Princes Risborough has had some wonderful shops and shopkeepers to supplement all the activities available to the population.
In this lovely small town at the heart of the Chilterns, the shops have always been the hub of the community and encouragingly there are new people coming in looking to start new businesses.
Situated half way between Aylesbury and High Wycombe, and with excellent rail and road links and good parking facilities, it is a growing town with newcomers arriving all the time, creating new opportunities. There are very good Schools, Doctors, and Churches and an abundance of social and sporting activities for young and old alike. Princes Risborough has always been blessed with an army of dedicated volunteers, running a variety of groups.
Of course, not everything is perfect, and there is always room for improvement, but they have a very hard-working and responsible Town Council who spend their time looking at how to improve the amenities and the lifestyle of the residents. No stone is left unturned in trying new ideas and new ventures and they now have a popular market each week, with another growing Sunday Market once a month. A new very popular local bus service has been a success and brings in visitors from outlying villages to share in the facilities.
Without a doubt, Princes Risborough is a good place to live. Above all it encourages newcomers to join in with all aspects of life in the town, a town at the heart of the Chiltern Hills.
The new areas we are adding to our delivery area include Speen, home to The Horses Trust and a popular tourist attraction. It is just a couple of miles outside of Risborough and The King William Pub, village store/post office and The Old Plow restaurant all make this a popular place to live and visit.
Other delivery areas all within close distance of Risborough include Lacey Green, Loosley Row, Great Kimble, Little Kimble, Longwick, Bledlow and Henton.
We are also now covering Chinnor, home to Chinnor F.C. St. Andrews church, a variety of pubs and shops, two primary schools and Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway. It is an ideal place to live as five minutes drive to the M40 and easy access to London or Birmingham. There is a dedicated Parish Council and a strong community base.