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High Wycombe Skeptics in the Pub

Skeptics in the Pub is a place for inquisitive people of all ages to meet and converse in the High Wycombe area.

Skeptics are people who yearn to discover the truth behind extraordinary claims that people or groups may make, this can be in areas of alternative therapies, the paranormal, religion and faith, the afterlife or many other areas of life.

We make no claims to balance, and actively promote science, freedom of expression and secular humanism. This means we often end up talking about superstition, religious fundamentalism, censorship and conspiracy theory.

You are welcome to come along and just sit and listen to others, or if you are braver get stuck right in!

see our Facebook page and Twitter account to get a fuller idea of what we are about!

Most of us have a fondness for good quality beer, so our current home is Wycombe’s only specialty ale house & bottle bar, It is also a Bring Your Own Food Pub, and they have free WiFi.

The Bootlegger pub

3 Amersham Hill,

High Wycombe,



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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great company and discussion. Was made to feel very welcome on this first visit. Enjoyable event.

    1 · December 19, 2012

  • Paul H.

    Hi Elaine, yes there are a couple of options for free and easy parking near the Bootlegger.
    Just above the railway is a road called priory avenue, to get to it you drive up Amersham Hill, turn left onto Priory avenue, then left and left again, and park at the end of the road. You can then walk onto Amersham hill and you're about 30 seconds from the pub.
    Alternatively there's a public carpark (free after 7pm) on Totteridge road (above the railway) or the NCP on Castle Street (again free after 7pm).
    Hope that helps!


    December 18, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      Yes, that's very helpful, Paul. Thank you. see you there. Hope you will be easily spotted.:o)

      December 18, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Does anyone know where you can park easily? Thanks.

    December 18, 2012

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