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Beaconsfield pub goes live on TV

The Red Lion, famous for its popular music and charity events, has launched its own TV station.

Beaconsfield to honour local World War 1 hero who won VC

A Great War hero from Beaconsfield who was awarded with the Victoria Cross will get two paving stones in his honour.

Improvement work on Bucks' pavements begins

Transport for Buckinghamshire has already started work on the county's pavements

TfB: "Road works to continue for three to four weeks"

Beaconsfield cyclists have welcomed the new cycle path network
Transport for Bucks has confirmed road works will go ahead from September 2 for up to four weeks, following cycling improvement works in Beaconsfield New Town

4G from EE comes to Chesham

Chesham was one of 13 towns to get 4G today (Aug 28) after EE switched on the service

Beaconsfield to honour local World War 1 hero who won VC

A Great War hero from Beaconsfield who was awarded with the Victoria Cross will get two paving stones in his honour.

Improvement work on Bucks' pavements begins

Transport for Buckinghamshire has already started work on the county's pavements

TfB: "Road works to continue for three to four weeks"

Beaconsfield cyclists have welcomed the new cycle path network
Transport for Bucks has confirmed road works will go ahead from September 2 for up to four weeks, following cycling improvement works in Beaconsfield New Town

Hard-working Chairboys edged out by Coventry City

Gareth Ainsworth's troops put in a good display but exit JPT at the first round

McGinley: 'Leaving Luke Donald out of the Ryder Cup was one of the hardest decisions of my golfing life'

European captain tells south Bucks ace he will not face the United States, writes John Whitbread

Point helps towards Chalfont Wasps' rebuild

Stingers come from behind to claim a share of the spoils, writes Steve Waddington

FA Cup: Clinical Beaconsfield dump Didcot out

First home win of the season comes at the best possible time for SYCOB, writes Mark Brennan

FA Cup: SYCOB looking to break home duck tonight

Cup tie would be perfect time for Beaconsfield to bag first home win of the season

Saints and SYCOB share the spoils in derby draw

Stalemate at Mill Meadow as Bucks  rivals finish all square, writes Mark Brennan

Beaconsfield pub goes live on TV

The Red Lion, famous for its popular music and charity events, has launched its own TV station.

Look: Music lovers flock to Chesham's Music in the Park

People packed out a park at the weekend to enjoy the final concert in a series.

Rowney's Ramblings: Goodbye to Fr Willie, the much-loved parish priest

Reporter Jo-Anne Rowney shares her memories of St Augustine's Church's parish priest Fr Willie Strain, who is retiring after 36 years in High Wycombe

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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Wet but wonderful day for Beaconsfield Country Fayre

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Mort Smith
Community Editor
Jack Abell
Reporter (Gerrards Cross, Denham and Iver)
Camilla Goodman
Reporter (Chesham and surrounding villages)
Laura Mowat
Reporter (Amersham, Little Chalfont)
Suzy Talbot
Deputy Editor
Lorcan Lovett
Reporter (Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Giles, Great Missenden and Prestwood)
Jo-Anne Rowney
Reporter (Beaconsfield, Stoke Poges, Seer Green and Jordans, Hedgerley, Fulmer and Farnham Common)
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