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A book has been written about Bucks World War 2 spies

A historian's new book examines the valiant spying effort made at a 'very secret' house in Buckinghamshire, which may have saved London from the same fate as Hiroshima. Laura Mowat reports

Look: Farm hopes to find the next Ewe-sain Bolt

Sheep racing at Odds Farm Park
Sheep racing is back this summer at Odds Farm Park, in a bid to find their fastest wooly friend

World War 1: Unknown Beaconsfield soldier was a medal winner

One of six ‘unknown’ servicemen on Beaconsfield’s war memorial has been revealed as a medal-winning army officer.

World War 1: Commemoration events in Bucks

A list of all the ceremonies, exhibitions and happenings marking the centenary of World War 1 in the county

Royal British Legion Club to close

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Beaconsfield's Royal British Legion Club has been dissolved after an emergency meeting

A book has been written about Bucks World War 2 spies

A historian's new book examines the valiant spying effort made at a 'very secret' house in Buckinghamshire, which may have saved London from the same fate as Hiroshima. Laura Mowat reports

World War 1: Unknown Beaconsfield soldier was a medal winner

One of six ‘unknown’ servicemen on Beaconsfield’s war memorial has been revealed as a medal-winning army officer.

Royal British Legion Club to close

updated
Beaconsfield's Royal British Legion Club has been dissolved after an emergency meeting

What are Wycombe Wanderers chances of winning League Two?

Data analysed to see what hopes Chairboys have of lifting trophy in April

Ainsworth hails exciting new Wycombe signings

Wanderers boss delighted with loan captures from Rotherham United

Wycombe close in on Rotherham United duo

Rowe believed to be on his way back to Adams Park, with a Millers team-mate in tow

Home openers for Beaconsfield SYCOB and Chalfont St Peter

Central Division duo start their seasons with games at Holloways Park and Mill Meadow

FA Cup and FA Trophy: Who will your team play next season?

Draws for extra preliminary, preliminary and first qualifying rounds have been made

No new owner or manager yet for SYCOB

No movement expected for now, but top scorer and defender depart
Sheep racing at Odds Farm Park

Look: Farm hopes to find the next Ewe-sain Bolt

Sheep racing is back this summer at Odds Farm Park, in a bid to find their fastest wooly friend

World War 1: Commemoration events in Bucks

A list of all the ceremonies, exhibitions and happenings marking the centenary of World War 1 in the county

Comedy production of Robin Hood comes to Bucks

The Ha Ha! team are back with a brand new comic romp, this time about Robin Hood. Camilla Goodman chats to Nottingham-born lass and well-known comedy icon Su Pollard about the show, playing Maid Marion and why the whole family will enjoy it

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

Sheep racing at Odds Farm Park

Look: Farm hopes to find the next Ewe-sain Bolt

Photo-gallery: Tributes flood in for fun-loving Ashley Birch who was found dead in Chesham Bois woods

Photo Gallery: Pupils battle it out in Olympic style School Games

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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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