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  • Beaconsfield NOW! is the online identity of the Beaconsfield Society.

    The Society's aim is to protect, conserve, enhance & develop the distinctive character of Beaconsfield and its surrounding villages to the benefit of those who live, work and visit our beautiful market town. We celebrate the past, promote the present, and influence the future of Beaconsfield. The Society is a membership organisation, open to all who take pride in the town and wish to keep it a fine place to live for current and future generations.

    Why not tell the community about your local event using our Calendar, add your name to our Email updates list for information about what's going on in the Town or to get invitations to volunteer in support of our aims. Perhaps become a Society member or make a donation to general funds or specific projects..... read on! 


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  • What's on in Beaconsfield

    Monday 18th December
    09:30 - 16:30 Cards for Good Causes LAST DAY

    Tuesday 19th December
    08:00 - 14:30 Tuesday Market - Old Town

    Saturday 23rd December
    09:00 - 12:30 Farmer's Market - Old Town
    19:30  Christmas Concert - Wooburn Singers

    Monday 25th December

    Christmas Day

    Sunday 31st December

    New Years Eve

    Monday 1st January

    New Years Day

    Tuesday 2nd January
    08:00 - 14:30 Tuesday Market - Old Town

    Sunday 7th January
    10:00 - 12:00 Holtspur Bank Nature Reserve Working Party

    Tuesday 9th January
    08:00 - 14:30 Tuesday Market - Old Town


  • Other News

    BBC News - England
    BBC News - England

    Birmingham crash: First victim named as Imtiaz Mohammed
    A taxi driver killed in a 'horrific' crash in Birmingham is named locally as father-of-six, Imtiaz Mohammed.

    Salford house fire: Vigil held for killed siblings
    Hundreds of people attended a vigil after a house fire killed four children from the same family.

    Yawning cat photo wins Branscombe boy national award
    The photograph of pet Milou is 13-year-old Marlon Darragh's first competition entry.

    Emily Bronte celebrations to feature Lily Cole and Maxine Peake
    A five-year programme of events will see involvement from actresses Lily Cole and Maxine Peake.

    Appeal over death of Commons deputy speaker's daughter
    Natalie Lewis-Hoyle's father, the Commons deputy speaker Lindsay Hoyle, said her death was "devastating".


  • What do you think?

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      Make no difference to journey times in the Town
      Increase journey times in thee Town

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    The A355 relief road, Maxwell Rd to Pyebush will be in place by 2Q19, it will:
    Significantly improve journey times in the Town1
    Moderately improve journey time in the Town8
    Make no difference to journey times in the Town3
    Increase journey times in thee Town2



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