Beaconsfield


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Beaconsfield

1
1st Earl of. title of (Benjamin) Disraeli

Beaconsfield

2
a town in SE England, in Buckinghamshire. Pop.: 12 292 (2001)
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00pm Monday to Friday on the following lengths of road:-(i) Beaconsfield Street - west side, from 60.
1 132kv reactor at beaconsfield west is approaching the end of its serviceable life and is to be replaced with a unit of a similar rating in the existing compound.
18th-century Lower Lee Lodge, on Beaconsfield Road, Woolton, opposite Strawberry Field, has a guide price of PS275,000-plus GARETH JONES
The difference between the service area at Beaconsfield and the majority of the others located throughout the UK motorway network is that the driver has to leave the environs of the motorway in order to gain access.
The author has lived there for 30 years and the Beaconsfield society had called for lasting recognition over a year ago, the BBC reported.
Horror smash: The accident took place on the M40 near to Beaconsfield Service Station.
The never-seen before images include shots of Beaconsfield Road, Carter's Well and Durham Road.
I READ with interest the story about residents from Beaconsfield Road, Norton, complaining of broken flagstones (18.
Staines and Beaconsfield SYCOB battled it out in scorching temperatures in the FA Cup second qualifying-round clash on Saturday with no goals, and with the Blue Square Bet South team playing the final 39 minutes with only ten men, Beaconsfield's best chance may have gone.
The victim, a 44-year-old man, was in collision with a g rey-coloured Toyota Yaris at the junction of Princes Avenue and Beaconsfield Road, Toxteth, at 8.
MACINTOSH, Cameron Men Down a Mine Beaconsfield ISBN 9781740705554 Pearson (Tell me a Story about Australia), 2009 32pp $29.
The Midland town of Bakewell, in Derbyshire, comes second place to Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire in the survey.