I live near Wendover. It's a nice place. I think it has a good community vibe.
It has a few shops in the centre; Budgens, a few clothes shops, charity shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants, gift shops, florists, etc. Pretty much everything you need for day to day. Nearby towns are Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Hemel Hempstead (all of which are okay).
Trains run to London Marylebone in one direction and Aylesbury in the other.
There is a large RAF base on the edge of Wendover.
Lots of amazing countryside nearby (which is why we live here) so brilliant for walking, mountain biking, outdoorsy things.
Quite a bit of money around here but noticeably less that Surrey (if that bothers you).
no, not that house, it's in a road near the town. I don't mind hs2 and the impact as we could then make an informed decision, but it's not even going to be finished for almost 20 years so it seems like an unquantifiable element.
It's a lovely little place and the countryside round there is very pretty. Fab chocolate shop too!! Schools are good. It's in a grammar school area but the comprehensive in the town is also pretty good.
Thanks for that document deliakate, the impression I am getting is that around Wendover as the route is being constructed under a tunnel, once built the impact should be minimal on Wendover however the construction could cause some disruption in the area.