All the answers begin with the letter shown.
Where is the former Lock-Up in Beaconsfield?
Who wrote ‘The Enchanted Village’ (inspired by Bekonscot)?
Where is a pond in Beaconsfield where ducks live?
Who took our name but didn’t live here?
Where can you find a coal mine in Beaconsfield?
Who was the one-time resident American poet (who could kill tender plants!)?
What was Chesterton’s first name?
Where can you find a canal in Beaconsfield (but no narrow boats)?
What was the original name of Beechwood Road?
Which saint in Beaconsfield helped you get better when you were ill?
What was the Miller & Carter Steakhouse once known as?
What road was originally called High Street?
What re-opened on a Tuesday in 1982?
What does NFTS stand for?
Where is Boules/Petanque played as encouraged by the Twinning Association?
What factory did Sainsbury’s replace in Maxwell Road?
Who meet at Jordans?
What opened on 2nd April 1906?
Where is it reputed that Richard the Lion Heart stayed returning from the crusades
Where was the Beaconsfield police office located?
Who was the author who died in 1976?
Where did the Roman road passing near Beaconsfield from Silchester go to?
What did Edmund Burke provide in 1769 to help the poor with their daily grind?
What did the main roundabout at the centre of the four Ends replace?
X: X roads. (Well you think of better question for X!).
What type of trees line the path to the south door of St Mary’s Church?
Where can you find elephants in Beaconsfield?
Z: Obvious really!