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Is this the biggest sinkhole yet?

Photos of the Wooster Road sinkhole as an investigation begins, and work completes on the Holtspur Top lane sinkhole

Sinkhole appears in yet another road

Sinkhole at Duvall Path, Cherry Tree Road, Holtspur
People have reported a sinkhole in Wooster Road, Beaconsfield this morning

Road causing cyclists concerns on target for parking review

Burkes Road, in Beaconsfield will be included in the next phase of a parking review after people shared their concerns over cars parking in a new cycle lane

Cycling woes as cars park in 'pointless' lanes

cycle lane
Blocked cycle lanes, slower traffic and misuse of crossings are just three complaints stemming from a town’s new cycle network.

Railway delays after signalling problems

chiltern railways
Trains are delayed and were cancelled earlier due to signalling problems

Is this the biggest sinkhole yet?

Photos of the Wooster Road sinkhole as an investigation begins, and work completes on the Holtspur Top lane sinkhole

Sinkhole appears in yet another road

Sinkhole at Duvall Path, Cherry Tree Road, Holtspur
People have reported a sinkhole in Wooster Road, Beaconsfield this morning

Road causing cyclists concerns on target for parking review

Burkes Road, in Beaconsfield will be included in the next phase of a parking review after people shared their concerns over cars parking in a new cycle lane

Wycombe pounce for Millwall striker

But defender ends months of gathering dust by signing on loan for Crewe

Late winner earns Saints sixth successive league win

Paine strikes as the death as Chalfont bag the points again, writes Ian Doorbar

Wycombe's Max Kretzschmar returns to the scene of his career highlight at Hartlepool United

Rewind: We look back to the midfielder's self-confessed finest moment in football

Beaconsfield let it slip at Barton Rovers

Strikers fail to fire again as late goals stun SYCOB, writes Mark Brennan

Togwell sees a bright future at Beaconsfield SYCOB

But midfielder already feels like a veteran at the age of 26

Beaconsfield will survive, says former striker Blake

Ryan backs his old side after helping knock them out of the County Cup

Top folk singer coming to High Wycombe

BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year Bella Hardy will be performing at the Wycombe Swan next month

Santa Claus is coming to town - tomorrow night

Last week Father Christmas was seen being put through his paces by staff at Chesham Leisure Centre, in White Hill, ahead of tomorrow night’s Christmas in Chesham.

Choral event to mark war centenary

See the Aylesbury Choral Society, Festival Choir and young people perform for the First World War centenary

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.

Videos & Photos

Look: Muddy muckers get down and dirty for charity at Green Park

Review: Flare Path 'transported you back' to war time Britain

Alexander, Ethan and Tristan Hoekema, 12, are raising funds for the World Challenge

Watch: Triplets appeal for help as they raise funds for World Challenge

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