We were delighted to be invited to dine at the Jolly Cricketers in Seer Green near to Beaconsfield. Owned by husband and wife team, Amanda and Chris they were keen to give this a traditional pub serving great beers, ales and drinks but also making it a go-to food destination for locals and diners requiring high quality food from around the country.
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LIPREADING AWARENESS WEEK – September 10-14
Hello, I am honoured to be the new Mayor of Beaconsfield!
Having just finished a weekend of four events know that it will be a busy and responsible role of representing the town. I have lived in many places in England and also spent 20 years in the USA and know what makes a good town and Beaconsfield is a very good town. Having lived in the USA I appreciated the generous spirit there of giving back when you have had good experiences. I saw the same spirit here so when I got into local government, being elected 12 years ago to South Bucks District Council, I loved it! I believed I could make a small difference. I served there on the Cabinet for 8 years and then moved to Town Council and County where I am Councillor and Mayor now.
In earlier life I taught at Wycombe High School for girls and briefly at Beaconsfield High too. My family life was very busy with 6 children and I did a lot of fundraising and volunteering at their schools. I also became involved in Charities and worked on the St Johns Ambulance County defibrillator appeal. My life has been all about family and giving back in appreciation for all I was lucky enough to have through our education systems and opportunities. I have a strong faith which was forged in the tough situation of losing a son to meningitis at the age of 5 in USA and since then have been involved in helping those in similar situations where I can.
Editor: We welcome Anita as Mayoress of Beaconsfield and wish her every success.