Moving to Beaconsfield / Marlow- which areas to avoid, also which school to avoid.

(8 Posts)
JsMumm Mon 06-May-13 21:20:41

Hi! We are planning to move out of London & one of the potential areas to move into is Beaconsfield or Marlow. As I don't know anyone who lives there locally I was wondering if the always helpful Mumsnetters could advice me on which places I should avoid buying in & which areas are nice to live especially for children as I have two under 3 year old's, so again need to be near good schools. Thank you for your response in advance.

Kimush Thu 12-Sep-13 12:24:59

Hi - we are in exactly the same boat and think have decided on Beaconsfield.... Did you move and where did you decide on?

SouthernCali Tue 15-Oct-13 14:12:33

Hello, We just moved to Beaconsfield from Chiswick last month. I have a 4 year old and a 1 year old and we work in TV. Where did you both decide to move to? We are enjoying Beaconsfield. Spoiled for choice for good schools here too. I am wondering where your kids go or plan to go. All the best,

NannyCRA Wed 16-Oct-13 12:14:47

Can definitely recommend St Mary's School - I know lots of children there & parents & children both love it

SouthernCali Wed 16-Oct-13 13:16:17

Oh thank you NannyCRA. We have been offered a place at both St. Mary's and Butler's Court and we're finding hard to decide.... grin/ Depending on who you speak to - everyone seemingly feels passionate about one or the other.

NannyCRA Wed 16-Oct-13 18:38:58

St Mary's have a fabulous dedicated PTA who are always organising loads of events

Kimush Thu 17-Oct-13 13:35:22

Hi - we are looking to move from Chiswick to Beaconsfield over the next couple of months.... Still feeling a bit nervous about it all - do you like it there? Is it a nice place to live? Thank you so much

NannyCRA Thu 17-Oct-13 19:30:21

I don't live in Beaconsfield but spend a lot of time there & I love it apart from there isn't a tesco express or such like. There's a waitrose & Sainsburies which are enough.

Fab train line for commuting - quite frequent at peak times.

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