Koko’s cafe is due to open on 1st November 2023 and represents a second branch after a successful cafe van based at Shardeloes lake in Old Amersham. The cutting contains a coloured photograph.
The cutting implies that the National Filming and Television School was likely to be involved in the filming as part of a student production. The filming was scheduled to take place in Yew Tree Close and Malthouse Square.
The Greyhound Inn has launched an apprenticeship programme to bring more young people into the business while tackling a skills gap.
The Revolution night club car park acted as a popular site for a pop-up dog cafe visited by dachshunds and their owners. There is a coloured photograph of some of the dogs.
Two newspaper cuttings – entitled ‘Revolution Beaconsfield shuts down’ and ‘”A big loss for Beaconsfield” as Revolution shuts down’. The popular night club closed down on January 5th 2024 due to young customers ‘feeling the effects of the cost of living crisis.
The newspaper cutting is a review of the Riwaz, Indian restaurant, conducted by the staff of the Bucks Free Press
The Old Bengal restaurant refused entry to an assistance dog who alerts his owner if he comes into contact with sea food.
The document shows the original wording for the granting of the Fair together with a transcript and translation. The Charter granting the Market has also been translated from the original.