Beaconsfield

Added December 1st 2021

Appeal For Witnesses Following Assault In Beaconsfield
At around 11pm on Saturday 13 November the victim, a 54-year-old man, got off a train at Beaconsfield train station and was followed by three men. The three men assaulted the victim by kicking and punching him in Grove Road just outside the train station.

The victim sustained injuries to his face, but did not require hospital treatment.

The three offenders are described as white men with short dark hair and were wearing dark clothing.

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has information that could assist the investigation should contact the police online via the website or by calling 101 quoting reference: 43210514318.

Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Added November 24th 2021

Breeze is all about remembering how good it is to ride a bike with friends. Organised by British Cycling trained Breeze Champions, these free rides explore local, accessible routes in small friendly groups.  Rides take place all the year round and are ideal for women who are looking to get back on a bike and improve their confidence or to just get out there and ride and are a great way to make new friends. Rides vary in length from 5 miles to 45 miles and there is usually a coffee and cake stop en route. What’s not to like? Come and join us – check out where your next local ride is at: https://www.letsride.co.uk/

Wednesday 8 December, starting at 6.00pm - Breeze to Beaconsfield Festival of Lights

We will have a short cycle around Beaconsfield on roads which are lit and then walk around the Festival of Lights. Beaconsfield New Town is filled with stalls, selling all sorts of items, so you can buy Christmas presents, food etc, so remember to bring a carrier bag. For more information click here