- Bruce Lance & Co
87-88 Easton St,
Tel: 01494 450494
Fax: 01494 441724
Exit the motorway at junction 4.
Follow the signs for Wycombe A404 down the dual carriageway past John Hampden School on the left.
At the traffic lights, follow the road down Marlow Hill.
At the bottom of Marlow Hill, turn right at the first roundabout but keep in the left-hand lane.
At the next roundabout, turn left but keep in the right-hand lane.
At the next roundabout, turn right.
Keep in the right-hand lane past the Police Station.
At the traffic lights, turn right into Easton Street and Bruce Lance is approximately 60 metres on your right, opposite the multi-storey car park.
Turn left through the glass doors.
Continue straight on through more glass doors into White Hart Street with Sport and Ski on your left.
Continue down White Hart Street, which leads into High Street. You will see the Guildhall in front of you and pass the Falcon public house on your right.
Continue down High Street and go straight across at the traffic lights, which brings you into Easton Street. Bruce Lance is approximately 60 metres on the right, opposite the multi-storey car park.
Bruce Lance is located conveniently close to High Wycombe railway station.
From the station, turn left into Crendon Street and continue down the hill to the traffic lights.
Turn left into Easton Street. Bruce Lance is approximately 60 metres on the right, opposite the multi-storey car park.
Bruce Lance & Co is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. SRA No. 00053569
Bruce Lance & Co is a partnership whose partners are solicitors in England and Wales. Our VAT registration number is 207 55 66 61.
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