Welcome to our site. Here you can find the latest news, information about us, what we are doing and what we are trying to achieve for Beaconsfield. The Beaconsfield Society aims to conserve, enhance and develop Beaconsfield’s distinctive character for the benefit of present and future residents.  We also try to encourage residents to become involved in the community and if you wish to join us we would be delighted to welcome you.

STOP PRESS:  Beaconsfield’s Mayor, John Read, has selected the funding of an Admiral Nurse as his choice for the Mayor’s Charity Appeal this year.  Admiral Nurses are the Mental Health equivalent of Macmillan Nurses in the cancer field and focus on helping people in their homes.  The launch event will take place on Sunday 4 October and details are to be found if your click on Mayor’s Charity Appeal.  You are encouraged to support this venture.

Our  Annual General Meeting will be held this year on Thursday 5 November in the Fitzwilliams Centre after which there will be a talk Bugging the Nazis  by Dr Helen Fry who will describe the work at the secret wartime interrogation centres at Wilton Park and Latimer House.  Anyone wishing to attend the talk is advised to contact the organiser  Kari Dorme on 01494 675923  as tickets are limited.

At the AGM we shall be announcing the winners of our three annual awards – Citizen of the Year, Building of the Year and Community Building of the Year.  We are seeking nominations now and would be grateful if you could send them to the Secretary,  Laurence Smaje via the Contact Us page or directly to laurence@smaje.co.uk 

Community organisations, including our own, together with the Beaconsfield Town Council has conducted a wide ranging consultation exercise in order to develop a Vision for Beaconsfield.  Its interim conclusions were summarised in a document titled Creating a Better Beaconsfield: Towards a Town Plan for Beaconsfield 2015-2020 which was presented to the Town Council on 23 July.  The Council is now  considering the proposals and is in process of establishing advisory groups of Councillors and members of the community to study the recommendations in detail.

The Vision for Beaconsfield conclusions can be accessed via the Vision for Beaconsfield website or directly by clicking on Creating a Better Beaconsfield.