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.
Dates for your diary
Beating the Bounds Sunday 22 May 2016
The new Mayor is elected by Council on May 12th 2016, the start of the Mayoral Year. The Mayor’s Appeal for 2016/2017 for local charities, is to be launched by a modern version of Beating the Bounds for Sunday 22nd May 2016, with the support of local cadets, celebrities, churches and charities.
Its theme will be Celebrating Community and Unity and there will be three parts to the event around the Town: 2pm at St Mary’s Green (Old Town), 2.30pm at Holtspur Park (Holtspur) and 3pm at Town Hall Green (New Town) followed by refreshments. A brief history reading relevant to each part of the Town will be made at each locale.
Beaconsfield Now! 2016 18 June
Our annual gathering of Beaconsfield Community organisations will take place on the Town Hall Green as usual, but this year we shall be starting at 11 am rather than 10 am. The reason for this and other details can be found in the News and Events section.
Wilton Park Development: December Consultation Report
The organisation known as Wilton Park Watch is dedicated to trying to ensure the best outcome of the Wilton Park development for the whole of Beaconsfield. It is composed of representatives of community organisations in Beaconsfield headed by The Beaconsfield Society and chaired by Mike Elliott, the latter’s Chairman.
Following the Public Consultation conducted by Inland Homes on 4 and 5 December 2015, Wilton Park Watch sent comments to Inland Homes, SBDC and Beaconsfield Town Council. This response can be found in the Archive section along with other reports and submissions on the development. Inland Homes have now reported on the feedback they received and you can access this by clicking on Consultation Report.
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