Beacon Hill, Buckinghamshire

Beacon Hill, Buckinghamshire

The hamlet of Beacon Hill, is situated off the B474 near Penn and on the outskirts of High Wycombe Buckinghamshire. Nearby is the Golf Course at Wycombe Heights.

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