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    Miss. Georgie Matthews wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Mr. Mark Thorburn wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Mrs. Maria Cunningham wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Mrs. Jana Mehta wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Mr. Steve Mcadam wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Mrs. Karen Glover wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Dr. Jennifer Wilson wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

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    Miss. Fiona Mackin wants a community theatre in Beaconsfield.

  • Mrs. Muriel Humphreys
    "I Will Be A Great Supporter Of A Theatre In Beaconsfield"
  • Mrs. Lucinda Crowther
    "While I No Longer Live Near Beaconsfield, I Was A Member Of The Young Theatre For Several Years Which Did A Great Job In Providing Opportunities For Young People In The Area To Find Out More About All The Different Jobs In Theatrical Work - Both On And Back Stage"
  • Miss. Danielle Jones
    "Fantastic Idea"
  • Mr. Steve Mcadam
    "A Theatre Brings A Community Together"
  • Mr. Michael Smith
    "I Have Enjoyed Theatre In Beaconsfield From A Young Age And Would Love To See It Continue To Thrive And Develop "
  • Mrs. Liz Beckmann
    "As Someone Who Lived In Beaconsfield For Over 25 Years And Was Actively Involved In Theatre Groups There - What A Resource A Community Arts Centre And Theatre Would Be - Not Just For The Theatre Groups, But For All The Arts - Now And In The Future - And A Facility For All The Community."
  • Mrs. Judy Goldie
    "This Would Also Benefit The Community In Gerrards Cross Where We Are Lacking Any Form Of Arts Centre"
  • Mr. Tim Hill
    "The Town Has Upmteen Theatre Companies, Clubs, Groups And Societies Who Ought To Have A Proper Local Home Of Their Own. The Proximity Of The M40 Will Give It A Huge Audience Catchment Area."

Important News - Feedback deadline - 28th February 5pm

South Bucks District Council is currently seeking community consultation on its high level plans that the council and Inland Homes have drawn up. These (pre pre planning permission) plans will define what should be provided as part of the Wilton Park redevelopment. 350 homes will have a huge impact on Beaconsfield - in terms of traffic, schools, health provision to name just a few items.

We have a chance to influence what community facilities are available in Beaconsfield. Of course we want a dedicated arts facility - but this is the perfect opportunity for Beaconsfield to define and realise its required community resources that the town deserve.

In particular, the proposed community hub is badly defined and most likely not provide what Beaconsfield needs - but rather be just another community hall in Beaconsfield.

To have your say - go to SBDC Wilton Park Development Brief to view SBDC and Inland Homes' proposals. There is a feed back form that the council is proposing that you use. The form can be accessed here: SBDC FeedBack Form. Deadline for feedback is Friday 28th February at 5pm. That is this coming Friday.

Our Aim

To build an independent community theatre and Arts Centre in Beaconsfield.


The redevelopment of Wilton Park in the next few years presents an unique opportunity for the theatre groups in Beaconsfield to realise a 100+ year dream of creating an intimate community theatrical space.

What we want

We are not asking the council or the developers to build us a theatre (although that would be nice) - we don't believe that will ever happen.

What we do want is for the council and developers to set aside a parcel of land within the site to allow the community to build their own Arts Centre, with theatre as the heart and soul of the Art Centre development.

How You Can Help

We firstly need to persuade the council to require the allocation of the land. Please sign this online petition and like us on Facebook.

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