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Free parking for Christmas in South Bucks

South Bucks District Council has promised two free Saturdays parking before Christmas this year

Buying a house? Need a big wallet to do so in South Buckinghamshire

South Bucks is one of the least affordable places to buy a home, even ahead of London, according to figures released today.

Downton Abbey star adds voice to call to keep cafe

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Commuters, coffee lovers and a Downton Abbey star have come out in support of Lori's Cafe at Beaconsfield Railway Station.

Results: Beaconsfield by election

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The results are in for the Beaconsfield South and West wards

M40: Lanes now open after earlier accident

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All lanes are now open on the M40 and M25 junction 1a after an accident earlier this afternoon

Free parking for Christmas in South Bucks

South Bucks District Council has promised two free Saturdays parking before Christmas this year

Buying a house? Need a big wallet to do so in South Buckinghamshire

South Bucks is one of the least affordable places to buy a home, even ahead of London, according to figures released today.

Downton Abbey star adds voice to call to keep cafe

exclusive
Commuters, coffee lovers and a Downton Abbey star have come out in support of Lori's Cafe at Beaconsfield Railway Station.

Chesham boss wants 100 per cent improvement

Anything less will spell trouble for United at Cambridge City tonight, says Leese

Will dugout switch lead to fortune change for Wycombe?

Wanderers boss Ainsworth has swapped benches for the 2014-15 campaign

Chesham Stags duo play pivotal role in Rugby World Cup win

A Chesham coaching duo are celebrating after raising the Rugby Women’s World Cup at the weekend.            

No home comforts for Beaconsfield SYCOB

Hurley's men are pegged back at home again, writes Mark Brennan

SYCOB need a few more experienced heads

Beaconsfield boss on the look-out for veterans to compliment his young stars

First game together for new-look SYCOB on Saturday

Beaconsfield's entirely new first team squad to take on Binfield, writes John Whitbread

Review: 'Magical' Harry Potter open air cinema at Black Park

Black Park screened Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, which had scenes filmed in its woodland on Sunday. JO-ANNE ROWNEY popped along to review the open air cinema evening.

Reading Festival goers warned off ticket touts

Thames Valley Police has released advice ahead of Reading Festival including mobile safety and being wary of ticket touts

Harry Potter open air cinema at Black Park

Fans of the world of Harry Potter should head the country park where the hit movies were filmed.

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: Nando's opens its doors at motorway services

Look: Bekonscot Model Village marks its 85th anniversary

Watch: Mum and daughter’s book tribute to best friend Skye

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Lorcan Lovett
Reporter (Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Giles, Great Missenden and Prestwood)
Jo-Anne Rowney
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