This is one of the most magnificent yet least well-know gardens in England. Unlike ’Capability’ Brown’s natural landscape styling, favoured during the late 18th century, Wrest Park’s formal gardens provide a fascinating history of gardening styles, laid out over 150 years and inspired by the great gardens...
Recently restored former station house dating from the 1840s at Ridgmont Railway Station on the Bedford to Bletchley (Marston Vale) line in Bedfordshire. Tea room, small gift shop and a developing heritage centre in the former ticket office (opening subject to volunteer availability).
Ridgmont Railway Station, Station Road, Ridgmont (Nr Amazon Warehouse)
A great day out for the whole family, lots to do and see; over 200 birds of prey and animals to meet, displays and talks throughout the day, animal and critter shows, pat a pet sessions, hatchery, nature explorer barn, Freda our milking cow, crazy golf, ride on toys, have a go at flying and handling the owls and more.
A talk on preparing plants and blooms for the showbench with show judge Brian Ruskin on Wednesday 16th March at the Sandy Conservative Bowls Pavillion at 7.30. p.m. Optional two course hot meal available afterwards contact 01767 680983/681457 to book meal. Further information on www.thesandyshow.org.uk
The Tempsford Museum and Archive is a small village museum in the village of Tempsford Bedfordshire. The museum houses a vast archive associated with the village history as well as items associated with RAF Tempsford and the Special Operations Executive.
Stuart Memorial Hall, Church Street, Tempsford, Beds.
Free Healing available 35 hours/week at Silsoe in Central Bedfordshire.
By appointment: Mondays to Fridays 10 am to 4 pm, Thursday evenings 7:30 pm to 9 pm, Saturday mornings from: 10 am to 1 pm. Tel: 01525 863906.