Bucks Free Press: Beaconsfield
• Your reporter is Andrew Colley: 01494 755089, andrew.colley@london.newsquest.co.uk

Beaconsfield Country Fayre raised £6,500, despite bad weather

Bucks Free Press:

3:00pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

TREACHEROUS weather failed to dampen the moods of Beaconsfield Country Fayre goers this year as residents once again dug-deep for charity.

School celebrates opening of new art building

Bucks Free Press:

2:30pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

A PRIMARY school are celebrating the opening of their new art block this term.

Fashion school for children to walk the catwalk

Bucks Free Press:

10:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

CHILDREN in South Bucks are learning to walk the catwalk this year, in time for a grand display at next year’s London Fashion Week.

Haircut helps raise almost £1,000 for cancer charity

Bucks Free Press:

8:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A DAUGHTER who is a carer for her terminally ill mother has shaved off her hair to raise money for a cancer charity.

Free school decision to be appealed

Bucks Free Press:

6:00am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE decision to allow a free school to permanently stay in a small Bucks village will be appealed by South Bucks District Council.

Sir Bruce Forsyth drives charity golf success

Bucks Free Press:

4:30pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

DIDN’T he do well? Television legend Sir Bruce Forsyth lent a helping hand to boost a golf fundraiser this month, as participants chipped-in with £5,000 for charity.

Heavy winds damage roof panel

Bucks Free Press: Fire at first floor flat

5:50pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

HEAVY winds damaged a roof panel in Beaconsfield today.

Council has emergency plans in place over Ebola fears

Bucks Free Press:

12:40pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

RESIDENTS with concerns over the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa have received guidance from a South Bucks council this week.

Volunteer to run marathon for St John Ambulance team

Bucks Free Press:

8:00am Tuesday 21st October 2014

A HEALTHCARE volunteer will swap her first aid uniform for her running gear in 2015 as she takes to the streets of London for her first marathon.

Family Announcement: Baby Rosie Bella Coyle

Bucks Free Press:

2:00pm Sunday 19th October 2014

A NEW mother says she could have another baby right away after she and her partner welcomed their first baby into the world last week.

Lorry driver hailed as brave after fatal crash on M40

Bucks Free Press:

12:30pm Sunday 19th October 2014

A LORRY driver, who died on the M40 motorway after he had a heart attack at the wheel, has been hailed as brave for pulling into the hard shoulder to ensure no further accidents.

Work on outdoor gym equipment to start soon

Bucks Free Press:

11:00am Sunday 19th October 2014

OUTDOOR gym equipment, which has cost about £20,000, will soon be available in Holtspur, with work due to start next month.

Fewer councillors for South Bucks next year

Bucks Free Press:

1:20pm Friday 17th October 2014

RESIDENTS in the South Bucks District will be served by 12 fewer councillors following the election in May.

Residents association survives after community stalwart steps forward

Bucks Free Press:

2:20pm Thursday 16th October 2014

MEMBERS of a residents association say they will continue to be the voice for the community after they were saved from possible closure.

Pinewood Studios extension could begin next year

Bucks Free Press: Council disappointed by Pinewood Studios decision

11:00am Thursday 16th October 2014

BUILDING work for the controversial £200m development of Pinewood Studios could begin in just months.

Young students brighten up Harvest celebrations

Bucks Free Press:

5:29pm Thursday 16th October 2014

YOUNG students at Thorpe House School have been enjoying a different sort of challenge, this month.

Family ask for charity donations in memory of tragic teacher

Bucks Free Press:

6:00pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

THE family of a teacher who tragically died this week have named two charities people can donate to in his memory.

Cricketers will miss teammate 'immeasurably' after tragic death

Bucks Free Press:

12:30pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

CRICKET teammates have paid tribute to a young teacher who passed away at the weekend, saying they will miss him immeasurably.

Tributes pour in for Dr Challoner’s Grammar School teacher Jeremy Suter

Bucks Free Press:

3:08pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

TRIBUTES to a young teacher who tragically died at the weekend have been pouring in on social media.

Controversial property sale review withdrawn by developers

Bucks Free Press: Hundreds turn out for Wilton Park meeting

10:54am Tuesday 14th October 2014

A REVIEW into the sale of former Ministry of Defence land in Beaconsfield to an Amersham-based property company has been withdrawn, the Bucks Free Press can reveal.

Young teacher dies days after doctors discover brain tumour

Bucks Free Press:

4:56pm Monday 13th October 2014

A YOUNG teacher tragically died this weekend after he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery on a previously undiagnosed brain tumour.

History of town to be preserved after £10,000 grant

Bucks Free Press:

4:20pm Monday 13th October 2014

A TOWN will forever be preserved on the internet after a community archive group received a £10,000 grant.

Daughter to have hair cut off for terminally ill mum

Bucks Free Press:

2:00pm Saturday 11th October 2014

A DAUGHTER who helps look after her terminally ill mother every day will have all her hair cut off to help raise money for charity.

Former mayor continues charity push in memory of daughter

Bucks Free Press:

3:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

FORMER mayor of Beaconsfield, Sandy Saunders, has helped raised more than £4,000 for the brain tumour charity he launched in 2009, following the death of his daughter.

Volunteers can save lives

Bucks Free Press:

9:51am Friday 10th October 2014

VOLUNTEERS in South Bucks could prove to be life savers with South Central Ambulance Service asking for more people to become first responders.

School looking for new parent governor

Bucks Free Press: Beaconsfield School consults on new academy admissions policy

4:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

A SCHOOL in Beaconsfield is inviting parents to put themselves forward to become governors at the school.

BCC leader to meet residents in Beaconsfield

Bucks Free Press: Shoppers grill council leader at supermarket drop-in

4:00pm Tuesday 7th October 2014

BUCKS County Council Leader Martin Tett will be in Beaconsfield tomorrow to talk with residents and answer their questions.

WWI talk remembers war heroes

Bucks Free Press:

4:00pm Monday 6th October 2014

RESIDENTS remembered fallen First World War heroes from Beaconsfield last month by finding out more about their lives.

Burglars leave empty-handed after late night bank raid

Bucks Free Press:

2:03pm Monday 6th October 2014

BURGLARS broke into a bank and damaged a cash machine yesterday, but police say the offenders left empty-handed.

Beaconsfield five car collision: Driver thought to have had a medical episode

Bucks Free Press:

12:03pm Monday 6th October 2014

POLICE have released further details about a five vehicle collision in Beaconsfield yesterday, where a cyclist was injured.

Delays as next phase of LED street lights installed

Bucks Free Press: Gerrards Cross set for brighter street lighting

10:06am Monday 6th October 2014

ENERGY saving LED lights will continue to be introduced across the county this week, leading to delays during the works.

Cash machine reportedly stolen from bank

Bucks Free Press:

12:27pm Monday 6th October 2014

A CASH machine was reportedly taken from a bank in Beaconsfield this weekend, residents have said.

MP publicly lays into his party's human rights plans

Bucks Free Press: Dominic Grieve voices concerns over Wye Valley development plans

3:03pm Friday 3rd October 2014

DOMINIC Grieve put his head above the parapet to oppose his party this morning, as he laid into new Conservative plans to stop UK legal decisions being overridden by Europe.

I love my Local - Red Lion, Knotty Green

Bucks Free Press:

12:10pm Monday 22nd September 2014

Name: Bud Endersby

Campaigner: To demolish WWII Wilton Park building would be 'cultural vandalism'

Bucks Free Press: Wilton Park

6:10am Monday 22nd September 2014

SUPPORT to save a former World War Two building in Beaconsfield is growing after a researcher started a petition, saying she was appalled by plans for it to be replaced with a possible 350 homes.

Beaconsfield supermarket says it will not be extending opening times

Bucks Free Press: Giant roadside supermarket sign rejected

4:10pm Sunday 21st September 2014

A SUPERMARKET in Beaconsfield which has applied for extended opening hours says it has no plans whatsoever to keep its shop open any longer than its current times of trading.

Charity golf event for South Bucks District's charities

Bucks Free Press: SBDC chairman Santokh Chhokar

2:10pm Saturday 20th September 2014

ASPIRING golfers in South Bucks will join the chairman of the District Council in playing 18 holes for charity next month.

Delays as van and lorry crash on M40

Bucks Free Press: Lorry jackknifes on M40 causing traffic tailbacks

4:53pm Thursday 18th September 2014

MOTORISTS have been warned of delays on the M40 after a lorry and a van crashed into the central reservations this afternoon.

MP gets on his bike for mammoth constituency tour

Bucks Free Press:

10:40am Monday 15th September 2014

TAKING a break from top level politics, MP Dominic Grieve hopped in the saddle to complete a 50-mile cycle tour of his constituency for charity on Saturday.

Third annual charity music festival the most successful yet

Bucks Free Press:

8:00am Monday 15th September 2014

A SUCCESSFUL charity music festival broke all records for a Beaconsfield pub this weekend, going one better than last year to raise over £3000.

War heroes to be remembered in special talk

Bucks Free Press: The Grenfell twins are listed on Beaconsfield's war memorial

2:20pm Sunday 14th September 2014

WAR heroes from Beaconsfield will be remembered during a poignant talk open to the public, this month.

Residents take to the stage for charity festival

Bucks Free Press:

11:00am Friday 12th September 2014

A POPULAR charity music festival will return to Beaconsfield this evening with a sporting husband and wife set to open the three-day event.

MP hops in the saddle for sponsored constituency tour

Bucks Free Press: Dominic Grieve

8:00am Thursday 11th September 2014

MP DOMINIC Grieve will get on his bike this weekend to conduct a mammoth circuit of his constituency for the Buckinghamshire Historic Churches Trust charity.

Pub in the spotlight after starting own TV channel

Bucks Free Press:

2:20pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

A PUB in Beaconsfield is in the spotlight as the landlady attempts to capture a new audience by starting their own television channel.

German culture growing in Bucks town

Bucks Free Press: 2000 people to run through Beaconsfield in fancy dress

11:00am Wednesday 10th September 2014

A GERMAN enthused talk and coffee morning will be held this month to celebrate the two year anniversary of a social group of retired residents from Beaconsfield.

Supermarket applies to open 24 hours a day

Bucks Free Press: Downley residents complain about Sainsbury's noise

8:00am Wednesday 10th September 2014

A SUPERMARKET in Beaconsfield has applied to open its doors to the public for 24 hours a day, throughout the week.

Rescue dog becomes show winner

Bucks Free Press:

10:00am Tuesday 9th September 2014

A PET dog, which was rescued by the RSPCA as a puppy, has been nurtured and trained into a show winner, after his owners gave him a home, after seeing an advert in the Bucks Free Press.

Masked men threatened staff and doused chip shop in petrol

Bucks Free Press: Police have arrested two men following the death of a 25-year-old woman

9:56am Tuesday 9th September 2014

MASKED men ordered customers out of a fish and chip shop before they threatened staff and doused the takeaway in petrol last night.

£1200 raised as mutts strutt to help pets in rut

Bucks Free Press:

9:18am Tuesday 9th September 2014

STRUTTING mutts took the lead to make their way through the South Bucks countryside on Sunday, with owners raising over £1200 for the RSPCA.

48 Bucks schools unable to provide Government's free hot dinners

Bucks Free Press:

2:44pm Thursday 4th September 2014

CHILDREN at 48 primary schools around Buckinghamshire did not receive a free hot meal today, the county council confirmed.

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