And now the answers…….
A: Aylesbury End. Currently occupied by Nigel Briggs & Co.
B: Blyton, Enid Blyton, children’s author.
C: Candlemas Pond, in Station Road..
D: Disraeli, Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, lived at Hughenden.
E: Evenlode, in Bekonscot.
F: Frost, Robert Frost, lived in Reynolds Road.
G: Gilbert, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, lived at Top Meadow in Grove Road.
H: Hall Barn, the ornamental lake.
I: Ireby Crescent.
J: Joseph, St Joseph’s Hospital in Candlemas Lane.
K: King’s Head, until recently The Harvester
L: London End.
M: Market, the Tuesday Market, originally granted by the 1255 Charter.
N: National Film and Television School
O: Oval, near Beaconsfield Tennis Club.
P: Perkin Elmer, an American instrument maker.
Q: Quakers, The Society of Friends.
R: Railway, The Great Western and Great Central Joint Railway.
S: Saracen’s Head.
T: Town Hall.
U: Uttley, Alison Uttley, author of Little Grey Rabbit books.
V: Verulanium, modern day St Albans.
W: Windmill, located in the grounds of Gregories
X: X roads. (Well you think of better question for X!).
Y: Yew trees, traditionally planted near churches
Z: Zoo, well model ones in Bekonscot.