SHOWCASING THE BEST BEACONSFIELD HAS TO OFFER
Well-attended community event a great success in the sunshine
Beaconsfield Now! saw community groups, societies and organisations set up stall on the town council green from 11am until 2pm on Saturday.
Dignitaries were also at the well-attended event, including Beaconsfield MP Dominic Grieve, mayor Patrick Hogan, town crier Dick Smith and Sylvia Jane.
Debbie Marsden, one of the organisers and members of the Beaconsfield Society, said: “It was really good, we were really pleased. We had very good, positive feedback from all of the stands and stall holders.”
Mrs Marsden said the choirs were ‘fantastic’ and added that Brain Tumour Research sold a lot of woollen animals and the scouts sold out of their goodies.
She was also glad the weather held out for the day and organisers were ‘lucky it didn’t rain’.
She added: “I would like to say a big thank you to all of the stall holders this year. We were grateful for all their support.”
g Below, cheque presentation for a defribulator to Mayor Patrick Hogan from Deborah Sanders
Above, Phillip Sheahan, chair of Beaconsfield Twinning with Jacqui Hogan