Save our Green Belt – 30th June 10am – 1pm

Beaconsfield Society is holding an informal Save Our Green Belt drop-in 10am – 1pm Saturday 30th June at Fitzwilliams Centre, Beaconsfield, as part of our campaign against release of a massive area of Beaconsfield Green Belt for 1700 homes, office/industrial space and travellers’ site. The area extends practically from jct. 2 of the M40 up to the railway line, well beyond the ex MOD Wilton Park site and abuts Beaconsfield Golf Course.

This development would increase the population of Beaconsfield by around 4,500 people which is unsustainable. The District Council’s own consultants say that the planned “relief road” would not bring any relief at all with travel times increasing by 600%, so a ten minute journey would take an hour! They are being forced to look at massive road engineering works to cope with the projected increase in traffic, such as: traffic lights at Potkiln Lane/A40; a filter lane from A40 west onto the A355; increasing Pyebush roundabout to add more lanes and approach lanes; and a 2 lane roundabout at Ledborough Lane/A355 making Ledborough Lane a congestion zone. The extent of the development is such that our neighbours in Seer Green and anyone travelling through or using the services of the town would be affected.

The town would quite simply be strangled by this increase. Add to that the fact that the land in question is the most expensive of all of the options, we see gross profiteering in prospect rather than benefit to the community.

Please sign the mandate and donate to a fighting fund at 

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Education Centre Official Opening at Bekonscot

On Wednesday 22nd March Beaconsfield Local were delighted to be invited to Bekonscot Model Village for the official opening of the Education Centre. All guests were invited to peruse the village and then we were ‘summoned’ by Dick Smith – Beaconsfield’s Town Crier to listen to the speech and cutting of the ribbon.

Cathy Sturrock, head of the centre gave a welcoming speech and lots of interesting background information regarding the centre. Chris Owen, town Mayor and 2 children cut the ribbon.

Watch the video below to see the actual opening.

Everyone was invited to look around the centre and enjoy some drinks and food. This is a great addition to the already wonderful model village that has been in new Beaconsfield since 1929.


Royal Saracens Head Party

We were delighted to be invited to the Royal Saracen’s Head party to celebrate their new make-over. Since our visit in October when we wrote a review, Richard – General Manager gave us a tour and told us of their renovation plans. We were more than pleasantly surprised at the change. It was wow wow wow! You will need to go in for yourselves to see the difference. I want to go back in when there are less bodies – as it was absolutely heaving.

I invited a few of Beaconsfield Local advertisers who have been very supportive and loyal to the magazine and met for the first Ann from Pediworx and Donna from Pillowtalkhome. Delighted to see Dr Nishel Patel – our local GP and cosmetic aesthetic specialist and Ingmar and Janine partners at Leigh Duncan Solicitors.

A really fun evening.