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Were you there? Huge crowds attend popular Knotfest

The Knotfest music festival provided a packed line-up of local musicians and television celebrities this year raising £3,671 so far for charity.

Rowney's Ramblings: Charitable Bucks, Tour of Britain, Roald Dahl and funerals for friends

Kim Osborne, from the Roald Dahl Museum sent this in. The team seized the change to share the news its Dahl's Birthday
Reporter Jo-Anne Rowney reflects on the past two weeks, the generosity of Bucks, the excitement surrounding cycling, Dahl Day and saying goodbye to two contacts and much-loved Beaconsfield stalwarts

Look: Hundreds tackle charity's Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge

More than 650 people walk miles for the Rennie Groves Hospice Care challenge

MP cycles more than 50 miles for charity

MP Dominic Grieve cycles more than 50 miles to raise funds for charity

Watch: Gabby Logan opens KnotFest

Knotfest 2014 at The Red Lion, Penn Road. Conner Elder, 9, enjoys a drink
Television star Gabby Logan opened the annual music festival KnotFest
Kim Osborne, from the Roald Dahl Museum sent this in. The team seized the change to share the news its Dahl's Birthday

Rowney's Ramblings: Charitable Bucks, Tour of Britain, Roald Dahl and funerals for friends

Reporter Jo-Anne Rowney reflects on the past two weeks, the generosity of Bucks, the excitement surrounding cycling, Dahl Day and saying goodbye to two contacts and much-loved Beaconsfield stalwarts

Look: Hundreds tackle charity's Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge

More than 650 people walk miles for the Rennie Groves Hospice Care challenge

MP cycles more than 50 miles for charity

MP Dominic Grieve cycles more than 50 miles to raise funds for charity

Wycombe man 'just like Chelsea legend Lampard'

Striker compares Wanderers' own goalscoring midfielder to former Stamford Bridge hero

Amersham & Chiltern go down to derby defeat

Tring get bragging rights in neighbours' first ever league clash

Ainsworth cautious over former Cardiff and Bristol City man

Wycombe boss taking it easy with Holloway following two years of injury problems

Beaconsfield and Godalming to do it all again

FA Cup tie finishes all square, with replay tonight, writes Mark Brennan

Heart attacks won't slow down Beaconsfield boss Andy Hurley

SYCOB manager Hurley took on more coaching in an effort to enjoy life

Rampant Rams made mincemeat by Bedworth

Beaconsfield SYCOB storm into two-goal lead but lose 5-2, writes Mark Brennan

Were you there? Huge crowds attend popular Knotfest

The Knotfest music festival provided a packed line-up of local musicians and television celebrities this year raising £3,671 so far for charity.

Look: Hundreds tackle charity's Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge

More than 650 people walk miles for the Rennie Groves Hospice Care challenge

Look: Hundreds of children celebrate Dahl Day

Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden hosts day of fun for Dahl fans

Beaconsfield

Beaconsfield is spread over three areas, the historic Old Town, the New Town and Holtspur. It's home to Beckonscot model village. Excellent transport links make this a good spot for commuters. It is surrounded by Jordans and Seer Green, which have their own strong sense of community.

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Were you there? Huge crowds attend popular Knotfest

Look: Hundreds tackle charity's Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge

Knotfest 2014 at The Red Lion, Penn Road. Conner Elder, 9, enjoys a drink

Watch: Gabby Logan opens KnotFest

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