Our current support in Beaconsfield

As the Coronavirus situation developed, our role at Better Connected Beaconsfield has been to support our community where we can, and we are continuing to provide support. We have coordinated a network of volunteers for Beaconsfield residents. More than 350 volunteers – known as  Buddies  – have offered their time to help those in need in our community in recent months and continue to do so.

If you would like to download the leaflet we have produced for Beaconsfield residents please click here to print off your copy.

I need help

I need help

If you are isolated or sick and need help please contact us

Need to talk

If you would like to talk, click on the link below

I can help

I can help

If you can volunteer to help please register

Refer for help

Refer for help

If you have a relative or friend needing help please contact us

Please join us to help make a difference.

Email us at hello@betterconnectedbeaconsfield.org.uk

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Better Connected Beaconsfield

Better Connected Beaconsfield

Our aim is to support a more socially included community with more local neighbourly environments for the benefit of the Beaconsfield area. To ensure access to all, no matter what your circumstances providing healthy and fulfilling lives at any age.

I have been in contact with a woman who has been moved to Beaconsfield for safeguarding reasons. She needs a bed, sofa, TV and pans for an induction hob. Can anyone help With anything ? Ruth ... See MoreSee Less
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If you want to connect with real lives fleeing the war in Ukraine...If you wonder how you can help or support them, or...If you simply like really good photographic portraits...'I AM ALIVE'6pm Opening this evening at St Thomas' Church - ALL WELCOME..and available to view every day for two weeks during The Dove Cafe opening hours ... See MoreSee Less
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*UPDATE* - Following the very sad news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen, as a mark of respect we will not be going ahead with Ukrainian Photo-Art Exhibition in St.Thomas’ Church, Beaconsfield on Saturday 10 September. We now expect the opening of exhibition on 24 September instead. Details will be posted soon.To celebrate *UKRAINIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY* :We are very proud to announce this remarkable photo exhibition, created by Alona Melnyk, introducing 18 Ukrainian women who fled the war and have found shelter in the Beaconsfield area...Come to the Launch - 6pm 10 September 2022 - all are welcomeat St Thomas Church*UPDATE* - Following the very sad news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen, as a mark of respect we will not be going ahead with Ukrainian Photo-Art Exhibition in St.Thomas’ Church, Beaconsfield on Saturday 10 September. We now expect the opening of exhibition on 24 September instead. Details will be posted soon.We are very proud to announce this remarkable photo exhibition - 'I AM ALIVE' - created by Alona Melnyk, introducing 18 Ukrainian women who fled the war and have found shelter in the Beaconsfield area...Come to the Launch - 6pm 10 September 2022 - all are welcomeat St Thomas Church ... See MoreSee Less
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Beaconsfield Town Council are recruiting volunteer community minibus drivers now. Training given. To find out more call 01494 675173 or email projectsupport@beaconsfieldtowncouncil.gov.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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Our aim

Our aim is to support a more socially included community, with more local neighbourly environments. Supporting healthy and fulfilling lives regardless of a person’s circumstances or age.