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Legal News from Janine Heil – Moving Home

Moving House – Understanding Extensions and Building Works It is common these days for people to have carried out extensions and/or reconfiguration works to a property. It is important to have a proper survey done on any property you wish to buy as your surveyor can not only spot what has been added or changed but also […]

Lipreading Awareness Week – Sept 10 – 14th

LIPREADING AWARENESS WEEK – September 10-14 During Lipreading Awareness Week free ‘taster’ sessions for classes in Lipreading and Managing Hearing Loss will be held in various locations around the country. When people lose their hearing it often means they gradually stop attending social events as it can be so difficult to cope. This can result […]

Save our Green Belt – 30th June 10am – 1pm

Beaconsfield Society is holding an informal Save Our Green Belt drop-in 10am – 1pm Saturday 30th June at Fitzwilliams Centre, Beaconsfield, as part of our campaign against release of a massive area of Beaconsfield Green Belt for 1700 homes, office/industrial space and travellers’ site. The area extends practically from jct. 2 of the M40 up […]

Win a treasure from the Baltic Sea!

        If you would like to win a tube of this amazing ointment, please visit our competition page to enter. http://www.beaconsfieldlocal.co.uk/welcome/competition/ The competition closes on 10th June. Winners will notified after this date. Meanwhile if you can’t wait, visit this website to try for yourself! www.healthy2u.co.uk

Royal Saracens Head Party

We were delighted to be invited to the Royal Saracen’s Head party to celebrate their new make-over. Since our visit in October when we wrote a review, Richard – General Manager gave us a tour and told us of their renovation plans. We were more than pleasantly surprised at the change. It was wow wow […]

Spotlight on Seasonal Affective Disorder 

Have you heard of SAD? If not, you may have read about (or spoken to) people who say that they get a little depressed, or unhappy, when the long winter-nights start to draw in. It is quite a common complaint and often under-diagnosed. We probably all experience it to some extent, but for an unfortunate […]

Should I get the ‘flu jab?

I have been asked this question – or one like it – on many occasions, and the answer is usually “yes”. However it takes some investigation and personal advice to assess your personal risk. ‘Flu is currently topical in the news. The outbreak in Australia and New Zealand has led to many fatalities, with young […]