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Bourne End photo Burnend (first recorded 1236) "End of the Stream" is where the Wye flows into the Thames. Nestling in the Chilterns alongside the river, the village has been the home of papermakers, lacemakers and brickmakers. Today Bourne End is a thriving village close to London and even closer to the open countryside of the Chiltern Hills in central southern England.


This site is provided by Bourne End Community Association as a service to people who work and live in Bourne End. The Community Association is also responsible for provision and management of the Bourne End Community Centre.

Target 2014 December PDF Print E-mail
Target Magazine
Written by Barrie Penfold   
Target Magazine December 2014 frontpage thumbnailFinal issue of Target’s 50th anniversary year has 40 pages of colour, stories and some nostalgia. Fun Night features on the front with a preview of the 2014 special light which will be switched on by its nine-year-old designer. There’s all the usual Fun Night favourites along with lots of youthful involvement.

Farm found is the message on page 2 as parish councillors from Little Marlow set out to identify the farm picture featured in the October/November issue. On pages 3 and 4 our two residents associations provide updates on all the local issues.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 14 December 2014 )
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The Vanishing Pubs of Bourne End and Wooburn PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dave Foster   
Quarry Hotel Bourne End thumbnail On Thursday 8th January Ken Townsend shows us our Vanishing local Pubs. Stay in your seats and go on a Pub Crawl through Bourne End and Wooburn as it was in years gone by and as it is now. Can you remember the Blacksmith’s Arms in Well End or The Anchor in Wooburn? What was The Spade Oak originally called? Ken's postcard collection remembers them all
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 December 2014 )
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2015 Target Deadline Dates and Advert Rates PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dave Foster   
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Copy deadline dates, delivery dates and advertising rates for the 2015 issues can be viewed here
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 December 2014 )
 
Musical Evening with John Dunsterville PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dave Foster   
A Musical Evening with John Dunsterville
On Thursday 13th November John Dunsterville will talk about his life as an entertainer, singer and guitarist working with Rick Wakeman, Val Doonican and Lonnie Donegan. John will also be playing live. Tickets are 4 (3 for Community Association members) available from the Community Centre office or on the door. The gig starts at 19:30 in the Eghams Room at Bourne End Community Centre.





Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 December 2014 )
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Target Tea Party and Awards PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barrie Penfold   
Target Awards poster thumbnailNot long to go now until the Rather Splendid Afternoon Tea Party and Target Awards ceremony on Saturday September 6 in the Community Centre. Tickets at £5 can be bought from the Centre Office and the afternoon promises to be one of great celebration for the community magazine’s 50th Anniversary.

An appeal for pretty china produced some lovely cups, saucers, plates and tea pots for the occasion and they will all come out to make the tables look special on the day.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 10 August 2014 )
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50 years of Target magazine PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dave Foster   
BEBCA Target logoVolume 1 issue 4 now available

2014 is Target Magazine's 50th year. Volume I Issue I rolled off the press in Spring 1965. It was much smaller 50 years ago both in terms of the size and number of pages. "This is the first issue of a magazine designed to provide the members of our Bourne End community with a regular medium to keep you in touch with local activities and also give you the opportunity to express your views and interests". These were the first words in the magazine written by the editor Geof Gardener.
Last Updated ( Friday, 30 May 2014 )
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The Bourne Again Shadows PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dave Foster   
Bourne Again Shadows thumbnailThey are the band that got teenage boys in the ‘60s strumming their tennis rackets and putting on thick rimmed black spectacles. The Shadows were the mould-breaking band that pioneered the three guitar and a drum set up which characterised the sixties beat-group era. Their leader is even immortalised in cockney rhyming slang!

At the Bourne End Community Centre, Friday 16th May, The Bourne Again Shadows recreate the passion and energy on the Shadows in the 60s.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 27 April 2014 )
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Ali Baba @ the CentreTheatre PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barrie Penfold   
Panto Ali Baba thumbnailAli Baba and the forty thieves will bring colour, fun, music and magic to the CentreTheatre in Bourne End during January. Once again Forum Players have selected a Ben Croker panto, he wrote Camelot which the amateur dramatic group did last year
Last Updated ( Saturday, 18 January 2014 )
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