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Services in your area this Easter

Churches in Bucks are gearing up for a busy schedule of Easter services. Here is a round up of what is planned in your area

Plans to extract gravel from Hedgerley raise concerns

People can attend a meeting with consultants tomorrow to view the proposals

Elections 2015: Buckinghamshire way below national average of women standing for parliament

Counting votes
Gender balance among candidates in Buck's constituencies for the upcoming general election is considerably worse than average with just 15 per cent of candidates being female.

Hotline launched to tackle dog fouling

Residents who catch dog walkers 'red handed' will now be able to report them instantly

Housing association supports neighbours after woman dies in fire

L&Q Housing said it was supporting people living in the block of flats where a woman died on Monday

Services in your area this Easter

Churches in Bucks are gearing up for a busy schedule of Easter services. Here is a round up of what is planned in your area

Plans to extract gravel from Hedgerley raise concerns

People can attend a meeting with consultants tomorrow to view the proposals

Elections 2015: Buckinghamshire way below national average of women standing for parliament

Counting votes
Gender balance among candidates in Buck's constituencies for the upcoming general election is considerably worse than average with just 15 per cent of candidates being female.

In pictures: Wycombe take giant step towards promotion at Dagenham

Re-live the best of the action as the Chairboys win in east London

Rate the Chairboys: Which Wycombe players shone in win at Dagenham?

Blues edge out Daggers to move clear in promotion race

Ainsworth admits Wycombe weren't at their best in Dagenham victory

Chairboys did just enough to claim victory in east London

Nas doesn't want Beaconsfield job full time

SYCOB will appoint a new manager in the summer and are already looking

Patrick earns Beaconsfield SYCOB a point

Late leveller for Rams in derby against AFC Hayes, writes Martin Brennan

SYCOB star says departed manager saved his career

Ajanlekoko salutes former Beaconsfield's boss's impact on his life

Museum to start season with special event

The Chiltern Open Air Museum will open this weekend with a one-off 'By-donation' day

Special Easter opening for museum

Milton’s Cottage will open specially on Easter weekend.

What's on: Five suggestions on what to do this weekend

It's the weekend - so take the family somehwere. Check out our five suggestions on what to do on Saturday and Sunday

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

Buckinghamshire from above: Old aerial photos show the county in days gone by

Celebrating Bucks in English Tourism Week

Beaconsfield fantasy writer Terry Pratchett dies

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Journalists

Jack Abell
Reporter (Gerrards Cross, Denham and Iver)
Camilla Goodman
Reporter (Chesham and surrounding villages)
Laura Mowat
Reporter (Amersham, Little Chalfont)
Tom Herbert
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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