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Taxis and Public Transport

Local taxi firms include the following:

Arrows Taxis | 01494 474 764

Neales Taxis | 01494 463 399

Tiger Taxis | 01494 461 111

As a guide it usually costs approximately £5-7 for a one way trip into town, £10-14 to double the length of the journey across to Hazlemere on the other side of High Wycombe.

There are two main taxi ranks in town, one in Frogmoor and the other in the high street near Argos.

Using Public Transport:

The Arriva buses that run a regular return service from High Wycombe Bus Terminus to Miersfield are the 32 and 34. There is also a park and ride service running every 15 minutes into town from the Wycombe Leisure Centre / Waitrose car parks.

It takes 10-15 minutes by bus to travel into Wycombe town centre and the Eden Shopping Centre from Miersfield. (It is a 35-40 minute walk via Marlow Hill).

All buses include a drop off at Wycombe railway station, a Chiltern Railways service that runs from Birmingham into London Marylebone (approximately 30-40 minute journey).

 

Sports

There are a number of sports facilities nearby, again all within walking distance from Miersfield:

Wycombe Leisure Centre, Handy Cross
Wycombe Leisure Centre, Handy Cross
Wycombe Leisure Centre – lots of indoor sports including swimming, squash, cricket, basket ball, badminton, indoor bowls, fitness classes, martial arts courses, rock climbing plus astro turf pitches at the John Hampden School opposite.

Wycombe Badminton Centre
Wycombe Badminton Centre
Wycombe Badminton Centre

Wycombe Indoor Tennis

High Wycombe Judo Centre and Handy Cross Runners

Cressex Astro Turf Pitches
Cressex Astro Turf Pitches
High Wycombe Astro Turf Pitches

The nearest Golf Course is Wycombe Heights Golf Club and it’s also worth bearing in mind that Bisham Abbey Sports Facilities is less than 3 miles away too.

Football

Council Services

Waste collections for Miersfield are every Tuesday morning, alternating each week between Grey (general waste), Brown which is for Biodegradable / food and the other bins namely Blue (Cans and Plastic) Green (Garden) and the smaller Green box with a black lid for paper – All bins need to be outside, near the path, by 07:00.

Your local council is Wycombe District Council. Click here to visit their website including collections for bulky items such as beds and mattresses.

For Bucks County Council click here

For information about local recycling and waste collections click here

Recycling bins for cloths, bottles, paper etc located in the ASDA car park.

Waste and recycling residential collections for Miersfield are as follows, including bank holiday variations:

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There is also a ‘Cash for Clothes’ unit next to the Wycombe Badminton Centre.

 

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Eating out

There are a number of restaurants, take-ways and places to eat near by. All within walking distance from each other.

Below is a selection, it’s an idea to grab a folder to store all the menus you’ll receive through your letterbox:

TGI Fridays (American Cuisine) Crest Road, HP11 1UA – 0344 692 0263

MacDonald’s, ASDA, Holmers Farm Way – 01494 447905

Smarts Takeaway (Fish n Chips) 192 Cressex Rd, HP12 4UA – 01494 520988

Elaichi Indian Restaurant, 188 Cressex Road, HP12 4UA – 01494 510810

Frankie and Benny’s, UCI Cinemas, Crest Road, HP11 1UA – 01494 511 958

K’s Piri Piri, 188a Cressex Road, HP12 4UA

The Blacksmith’s Arms – Harvester, Old Marlow Road, HP10 9QD – 01494 525323

The Holiday Inn, Handy Cross HP11 1TL – 01494 355567, note 0871 calls cost 13ppm

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Sincerely, Miersfield Neighbourhood Watch