Anti-vaccine propaganda has been graffitied on the site of an under-construction health centre in Beaconsfield, in full view of one of the area’s busiest roads.

At some point in the past few days, an antivaxx message has been spray-painted on the hoardings surrounding a building site on the A40 between Holtspur and Beaconsfield, reading “Kids don’t take the vaccine” in block capitals.

The graffiti is on the site of the under-construction Beaconsfield Primary Care Centre. It is not clear when the project will be completed.

Unfortunately for the vandal who wrote the original message, the meaning of the slogan was completely changed when an extra word was added to the hoardings - changing it to "dumb kids don't take the vaccine"

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The graffiti has since been covered over by Ashe Group, which is running the construction project.

Bucks Free Press: The original message appears to have been modifiedThe original message appears to have been modified


Anti-vaxx protesters have been causing issues in the area over the past week, targeting children and schools in Beaconsfield, Amersham and Flackwell Heath.

The protesters were spotted in Beaconsfield Old Town calling on drivers to “honk” if they agreed with their anti-vaccine agenda.

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More recently, protesters have been targeting schools in Bucks, reportedly “harassing” children as they handed out propaganda leaflets to children on their way to school at Sir William Borlase.

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In Amersham, pupils were “chased up the street” by anti-vaxxers on October 11

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Staff at Beaconsfield High School hit out at the protesters last week, raising safety concerns after protesters allegedly took photos of children.

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