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Beaconsfield RFC

Beaconsfield's club badge Country: England
League: London & SE Division Two North
Web Site:
Founded: 1952 Nickname: Beacs
Home Colours: Yellow, Green Away Colours: Yellow, Green

Club Contact: Tony Rees on 07941 240536

Mini & Youth Training on Sundays from 10am to 12pm

Adult Training on Tuesday & Thursdays from 7.30pm to 9pm

(10.6 miles to Adams Park)

CoacHclass venue

Stadium Address: Oak Lodge Meadow, Windsor End Tel: 01494 673783
Town: Beaconsfield Fax:
Postcode: Buckinghamshire, HP9 2SQ Tickets: 01494 673783
Email: Merchandise: 01494 673783
Office Address: Oak Lodge Meadow, Windsor End Office Tel: 01494 673783
Town: Beaconsfield Postcode: Buckinghamshire, HP9 2SQ
Travel Information:
Instructions: Click on the buttons on the bar above for links to other web sites which have route planners and helpful information on getting to Beaconsfield. Click on the globe for a Google Map Satellite image of the stadium. You will also be able to use Google's route planner to map your journey.
By Road:

Beaconsfield is situated in South Bucks just off Junction 2 of the M40; halfway between the M25 and High Wycombe junctions.

From the M25, exit at Junction 16 and head North towards Oxford along the M40. Exit at Junction 2 and follow the A355 to Beaconsfield. After about 500m you will come to a large roundabout, turn left and continue past Beaconsfield Cricket Club, which will be on your right hand side. At the next mini roundabout continue straight through Beaconsfield Old Town along the A40 towards High Wycombe.

At the next roundabout you will see The Saracens Head on your left hand side, turn left down Windsor End, you will pass a Church on your right and The Greyhound Pub on your left. Keep going for about 400 metres and you will see the pitches and clubhouse to your left.


There are small car parks on either side of the club house but these usually fill up very early. The rear carpark has a reserved space for an ambulance.

Additional parking is available opposite the club next door to the mini-pitches. This area is unpaved and is therefore particularly suitable for those with 4 X 4s and we would ask anyone with a 4 X 4 to use this facility.

No parking at all is allowed on Cross Lane (the lane next to the mini pitches) beyond the clubhouse. This road provides an emergency access not only to the club but to a residential home and as such we must keep it totally clear.

Roadside parking is available between the club and Old Beaconsfield (Windsor End). However, please park on the road rather than the grass verges and avoid blocking any driveways.

By Rail:

Nearest station is Beaconsfield served by Chiltern Railways. The station is about 1 mile north of the clubhouse.

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