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About Lane End
Lane End is a village and civil parish within Wycombe district in Buckinghamshire, England. It is just south of the M40 from High Wycombe, about two miles west of Booker. The village is twinned with Saint-Pierre-d’Oléron in France.
Lane End is a village of some 3050 people, set in the centre of a triangle bounded by High Wycombe, Marlow and Henley-on-Thames. The village is 650 feet (200 m) above sea level in the Chilterns, set in rolling hills of farmland, beech woods and footpaths.
Within the civil parish of Lane End are the hamlets of Cadmore End, Ditchfield, Moor Common and Moor End.
Lane End was historically on the borders of the parishes of Great Marlow, Hambleden, Fingest and West Wycombe, with a small part (Ackhampstead) belonging to the parish of Lewknor in Oxfordshire until 1895. In 1867 the ecclesiastical parish of Lane End was formed from the neighbouring parishes. The village continued to be divided between the four neighbouring civil parishes until 1934, when the parts within Great Marlow, Hambleden and West Wycombe civil parishes were transferred to Fingest (renamed Fingest and Lane End in 1937). In the 1980s the parish of Fingest and Lane End was abolished, and the civil parish of Lane End was formed.
During the Second World War King Zog of Albania lived at Parmoor House in Frieth, a hamlet a mile south of Lane End, and with many Albanians living in Lane End, used to attend village events.
According to local legend, the village is haunted by the ghost of a girl in a red dress, who died two weeks before her wedding day in 1766.