Missenden & Hazlemere
GREAT MISSENDEN sits in the Misbourne Valley of the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire. Located in between Amersham and Wendover, and close to Little Missenden and Prestwood.
The village is now celebrated as the home of the late, much adored children’s author, Roald Dahl, who is buried in the local churchyard. The village dedicated a museum to its iconic resident in 2005 and its quaint, narrow High Street is often featured on television dramas/shows including Midsomer Murders among others.
HAZLEMERE is a suburb of High Wycombe and a civil parish within the Wycombe district in Buckinghamshire. Situated between High Wycombe and Amersham, on the A404, it was first recorded as a small hamlet in the ancient Desborough Hundred in the 13th century.
The Missenden & Hazlemere Local directory was the ninth magazine to be launched in December 2015 and is distributed in the HP15 & HP16 areas, which include:
- Great Missenden
- Little Missenden
- Great Kingshill
- Little Kingshill
- Holmer Green
The Missenden & Hazlemere Local Directory is delivered to over 8,000 homes every month; by advertising in all 12 Local Directory publications your business could reach over 100,000 homes locally!
The Missenden & Hazlemere Local Directory is a gem of information, packed full of products & services mainly from local businesses, as well as interesting articles, informative editorials, events, a cookery page, book review, community page, children’s page, puzzles & essential local information.
Our rates are excellent value and we offer some great packages for long-term advertisers. All directories are published monthly in A5 format. A quarter page ad costs as little as £90 per month – in full colour!