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On Safari... in Bedfordshire

If you’ve never been to a safari park it aims to recreate the experience of an African safari. However, I’m pretty sure that the Maasai Mara looks very different to Bedfordshire where… 594 more words

England

Flitwick Castle, Bedfordshire...

Flitwick Castle in the Bedfordshire town of Flitwick is a motte and bailey castle that was constructed toward the end of the 11th Century. It is thought that the castle was constructed on the orders of William Lovet, who held the manor of Flitwick after the Norman Conquest. 72 more words

History

The good, bad, and ugly for Bedford's children

With the results of the latest Ofsted annual reports being released, a spotlight is once again shone on the boroughs education and care services. With sub-standard scores in some areas, raising concerns over what the coming budget cuts could bring. 507 more words

Bedford

Stewartby brickworks eyed for council's 20 year plan

Bedford Borough council is currently setting out the future of housing in the town, as part of Local Plan 2035. Including taking input from residents, and making plans for Bedford’s land mark brickworks. 534 more words

Bedford

What should I feed my dog?

Good nutrition and a balanced diet are essential for your pet’s health.  Here at Alex’s Ark, we ask owners to bring their own dog food for the period of time that their dog is staying with us in order to keep their routine consistent and to minimise disruption.   1,090 more words

A walk through Ampthill Park

This Saturday Lewis and I decided to have a stroll through Ampthill Park, a beautiful place that’s also full of history. Ampthill Castle, which is located within the grounds of the park once belonged to Henry VIII and he would regularly reside there.  277 more words

Travel

A May-Day Excursion

May-Day was spent exploring somewhere we have been meaning to visit for ages: The Forest Centre at Marston Vale, Bedfordshire.  It’s one of twelve Community Forests in England.   228 more words

Writing