IN THE two years they have been known as Beaconsfield Town, life has been far from dull for the South Bucks club.

Having won the Evo-Stik League South East title in the 2017-18 season,

the Rams

settled into life in the Premier South, their 12th place finish the highest in the club's history.

Add in a first-ever appearance in the first round of the FA Trophy, where they lost out to eventual finalists Leyton Orient, and it is safe to say that things are going very well indeed.

They are also making strong progress in developing other areas around the club and have launched an academy that will be overseen by manager Gary Meakin as well as an Under 18 team that will compete in the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League.

The club also plan to expand their youth set-up and establish teams across the age group as well as looking to launch a Beaconsfield Town ladies team.

In the future they plan to introduce a walking football side and a veterans team to play under the Beaconsfield Town name. Anyone interested in getting involved should contact the club.

The facilities have also been given a full makeover with a brand new home dressing room, a revamped visitors one, plus a fully refurbished clubhouse all waiting to welcome in the new season which will be prefaced by home friendlies against National League South sides Oxford City (July 23rd) and Slough Town (July 29th).

Hellenic Division One East side Penn & Tylers Green will be ground-sharing at Holloways Park this season whilst their own ground is brought up to spec.

Rams manager Gary Meakin: "Hopefully the founding of both the academy and U18 sides will show that the club is investing in its future, and we aim to see graduates from both moving up to the first team.

"These are exciting times at Beaconsfield both on and off the field."