Jun
28

Dear Emma,

Thank you very much for your card which I received this morning. A lovely surprise and truly appreciated. Richard also sent a card. Without the power of work you both put in I would not be the proud owner of above address and still sane. I do appreciate your support and empathy when things got fraught.

If I know of anyone in the High Wycombe area or beyond looking for a good Estate Agent to sell their house I will be sure to mention your name.

I wish you all the luck in the world . Enjoy good health and prosperity in the future.

Kindest  regards

Mrs P.


Jun
23

Leanne Hurford

Sales Negotiator, Crendon House High Wycombe

That time has come again, where the excitement for the new seasons fixtures kicks in and for all of us fans to learn of who will be our first opponents, alongside the last and all of those in between. Wycombe Wanderers are already aware of who they will be up against in the first round of the Capital One Cup; Millwall FC away. The morning of Wednesday the 18th of June 2014 saw each and every league’s fixtures being revealed, where it was uncovered that Wycombe’s first game which takes place on Saturday the 9th of August 2014 is to be against Newport County at the Rodney Parade. In addition to this, the Chairboys will play their local rivals Oxford United both in November and April and with the return of Luton Town, who have regained their football league status after 5 years adrift it is going to be an interesting affair.

Crendon House and Wycombe Wanderers Football Club share numerous values including the fact we are both well known in the local area, and with that behind us we strive to achieve.

If you would like to be a part of our continued success please call us now on 01494 526313, and head down to Adams Park to support the blues and be a part of theirs also.

Please find the fixtures for the 2014/2015 season below.

Wycombe Wanderers Football Club fixtures season 2014/2015

H – Home

A – Away

August

Saturday 9th  – Newport County – A

Saturday 16th  – Carlisle United – H

Tuesday 23rd – Tranmere Rovers – H

Wednesday 23rd – Capital Cup Round 2

Saturday 30th – York City – A

September

Saturday 6th – Bury – H

Saturday 13th – Mansfield Town – H

Tuesday 16th – Plymouth Argyle – A

Saturday 20th – Portsmouth – A

Wednesday 24th – Capital One Round 3

Saturday 27th – Cambridge United – H

October

Saturday 4th – Northampton Town – H

Saturday 11th – Morcambe – A

Saturday 18th – A.F.C Wimbledon – H

Tuesday 21st – Exeter – A

Saturday 25th – Dagenham and Redbridge – H

Wednesday 29th – Capital One Cup Round 4

November

Saturday 1st – Oxford United – A

Saturday 8th – F.A Cup Round 1

Saturday 15th – Burton Albion – H

Saturday 22nd – Cheltenham Town – A

Saturday 29th – Hartlepool United – A

 December

Saturday 6th – F.A Cup Round 2

Saturday 13th – Southend United – H

Wednesday 17th – Capital One Cup Round 5

Saturday 20th – Accrington Stanley – A

Friday 26th – Luton Town – H

Sunday 28th – Shrewsbury Town – A

January

Saturday 3rd – Hartlepool United – H/F.A Cup Round 3

Saturday 10th – York City – H

Saturday 17th – Bury – A

Wednesday 21st – Capital One Cup Semi Final (1)

Saturday 24th – Mansfield Town – A/F.A Cup Round 4

Wednesday 28th – Capital One Cup Semi Final (2)

Saturday 31st – Portsmouth – H

February

Saturday 7th – Cambridge United – A

Tuesday 10th – Plymouth Argyle – H

Saturday 14th – Newport County – H/F.A Cup Round 5

Saturday 21st – Carlisle United – A

Saturday 28th – Stevenage – H

March

Sunday 1st – Capital One Cup Final

Tuesday 3rd – Tranmere Rovers – A

Saturday 7th – Southend United – A/F.A Cup Round 6

Saturday 14th – Shrewsbury Town – H

Tuesday 17th – Accrington Stanley – H

Saturday 21st – Luton Town – A

Saturday 28th – Dagenham and Redbridge – A

April

Saturday 4th  – Oxford United – H

Monday 6th – Burton Albion – A

Saturday 11th – Cheltenham Town – H

Tuesday 14th – Exeter City – H

Saturday 18th – A.F.C Wimbledon – A/F.A Cup Semi Final

Saturday 25th – Morcambe – H

 May

Saturday 2nd – Northampton Town – A

Saturday 30th – F.A Cup Final

 


Jun
06

Leanne Hurford, Sales Negotiator, Crendon House High Wycombe.

Crendon House and Wycombe Wanderers football club are both well known names in the High Wycombe area and have many common values and ethics. This was demonstrated on 03/05/2014…the day Wycombe Wanderers Football Club would find out whether they were to lose their football league status or retain it for another year. At this point terminology such as winner, success and belief were slowly turning into upset, heartache and disappointment for the fans but Wycombe would step up over the coming weeks and turn this around.

A week before, Bristol Rovers had beaten Wycombe 2-1 which would surely see The Chairboys relegated, but boy did it turn round 7 days later!

Myself and 928 other  Wycombe fans travelled to Torquay  on the 3rd May where our fate was to be decided.  All we had to do was win and for either Northampton or Bristol Rovers to drop points. Surely that couldn’t be too hard? 6 minutes on the clock and Sam Wood strikes to put the blues ahead. Another 36 gone and Matt McClure falls to the ground to earn Wycombe a penalty…2-0. Half time flew by and the second half was underway. 17 minutes later it was 30.   The team had completed their job and showed drive, commitment and an ambitious attitude which was just what was needed!  

Meanwhile Bristol Rovers, who were playing Mansfield Town at the same time as Wycombe were playing Torquay, were down by one goal and as each minute ticked by I think another finger nail had been bitten off. The nerves were unbearable, people were checking their phones constantly and players heads were turning to check for news at every opportunity but then it all came to a halt.

An eruption of celebration from the fans in the seats and in that moment I knew we had lived up to each and every word in the poem below, and that is what we at Crendon House resemble.

Winner, Success and Belief.

A relation that connects both our values and ethics.

 

Winner

Youthful

Committed

Organised

Magic

Belief

Effective

Work ethic

Ambitious

Noble

Driven

Enigmatic

Rectitude

Excelled

Refined

Successful

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


May
28

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