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More details - Wild Things at Easter
It’s a wild day for the family at The Lodge Follow the Signs of Spring Easter trail and use the clues to work out what each different egg was laid by which bird. Stop and take part at the activity stations along the trail.
The Lodge, Potton Road, Sandy
Fri 30 Mar to Sun 15 Apr

More details - George Michael Tribute
Andrew Browning performs all of your favourite Wham! And George classics. Doors 7.30, Show 8pm. Tickets £15 – book online now.
Forest Centre
Fri 30 Mar

More details - children's wristband fair
childrens fun day childrens wristband fair,pay £7,99 and you get unlimited use of all our attractions consisting of inflatables,bungee trampolines,train ride,carousel,teacups and much more.we have food and refreshments and toilets facilities .
clapham playing field
Fri 30 Mar to Thu 5 Apr

More details - You've Got Dragons
You’ve Got Dragons- based on the book by Kathryn Cave ‘Dragons come when you least expect them. You turn round, and they’re there…’ Lots of people get them, even really really good people get them, and sometimes they’re hard to get rid of.
Luton Library Theatre Luton Central Library St George’s Square Luton
Fri 30 Mar

More details - Easter Sunrise Service
Join the Congregation of St Mary’s Church for the Easter Sunrise Service. Starting at 7.30am this open air service will be held in the ruins of old St Mary’s Church, and followed by tea / coffee and a bacon roll at The Eco Lodges. No need to book.
Clophill Eco Lodges, Old Church Path, Clophill
Sun 1 Apr

More details - Ampthill Antique and Vintage Fair
Ampthill Antique and Vintage Fair is held on the last Sunday of each month (except August and November). There is ample off road parking. 32 stalls selling china, books, furniture, coins, cigarette cards, silver, model trains, vintage clothing, dress jewellery, gold etc. Refreshments by "Crumbs"
Parkside Hall, Woburn Street, Ampthill, Beds
Sun 1 Apr

More details - Easter Trail
Join our Easter Trail around the Park where everyone win a chocolate treat. Only £2 per person. Self led - make sure you dress for the weather!
Forest Centre
Sun 1 Apr and Mon 2 Apr

More details - Cafe-in-The-Tower
Church Tower will be open. The panoramic views from the top are well worth the climb.
Odell Church, Odell
Sun 1 Apr and Mon 2 Apr

More details - Tempsford Museum and Archive
"Out and About near Tempsford" An exhibition of photographs of local Towns and Villages near the village of Tempsford, eg Blunham, Shefford, Potton, Dunton, Roxton, Bedford, St.Neots, Old Warden, Chicksands and Cardington.
Stuart Memorial Hall, Church Street, Tempsford
Sun 1 Apr

More details - Sunday Stroll
A guided walk led by our Volunteers around the Millennium Country Park. We’ll be using surfaced paths so the walk is suitable for buggies and wheelchairs but make sure you dress appropriately for the weather and wear sensible footwear, just in case!
Forest Centre
Sun 1 Apr

More details - spring flower show
39 competitive classes of spring flowers mainly consisting of daffodils of varying colours of white ,red pink green orange and yellow and sometimes a mixture of three colours in one flower.
weathereley center biggleswade
Mon 2 Apr

More details - Pitstone Heritage Park
Great news, Pitstone Museum reopens again on Easter Monday. After a long and dreary winter,. the Heritage park springs back into action for it’s first open day of 2018. Bring all the family including the dog (on a lead) for a wonderful day out in the surroundings of a lovely old Victorian farm.
Pitstone Green Farm, Vicarage Rd, Pitstone Nr. Tring
Mon 2 Apr

More details - Dunstable Downs and the Whipsnade Estate - Easter Bonnet Trail
Learn how Dunstable became connected to the hat trade and how the children of the past enjoyed these Downs. Pick up a map at reception and learn how children long ago played in this lovely area. Bring your own Easter bonnet if you have one but take care it doesn’t get blown away. Booking Not Needed.
Dunstable Downs and the Whipsnade Estate, Dunstable Road, Whipsnade,
Mon 2 Apr to Fri 6 Apr

More details - Dumbo
Ostracized from the rest of the circus animals, poor Dumbo the elephant is separated from his mother, who is chained up in a separate cage after trying to defend her child.
The Quarry Theatre 26 St Peter’s Street Bedford
Mon 2 Apr

More details - Westend House - Open Garden for NGS
A country garden of 2 acres restored and developed in recent yrs featuring herbaceous and shrub borders, a formal rose garden with swags, wild flower areas adjacent to the pond and in the orchard, a natural wildlife pond and stream with recently extended planting, potager with vegetables and picking flowers.
Westend House, Leighton Buzzard
Mon 2 Apr

More details - The Old Rectory, Westoning - Open Garden for NGS
Ancient box and yew hedges surround the colour coordinated beds of this two acre garden. Spring is greeted by hellebores, primroses and daffodils with magnolias blooming in profusion.
The Old Rectory, Westoning, Westoning
Mon 2 Apr

More details - Car Boot Sale - Easter Monday 2nd April 2018
St Mark’s Church & Community Centre Calder Rise/Avon Drive Bedford
Mon 2 Apr

More details - Aragon Day Committee Market Stall
Half day Market stall selling all sorts of Bric-a-Brac plants etc.
Waitrose Car Park, Ampthill Bedford
Thu 5 Apr

More details - GIANT by Zoo Co.
Tommy, 22, lives with three generations of his family. They’ve learnt to ignore the strange things his nan says over dinner, and the bizarre rumblings coming from the attic.
The Place Bedford The Place Theatre Bradgate Road Bedford
Fri 6 Apr

More details - Great Barford Bowls Club Quiz Night
Starting at 7.30 pm this is our ever popular social evening with a fun but challenging quiz to suit all. Entry is £5 per person which includes supper nibbles. The club bar is open. For more information see our website:
Great Barford Bowls Club, Woodpecker Close, Great Barford
Fri 6 Apr

More details - Workshop: Planting Design
Pick up expert tips from RHS and Chelsea Flower Show award winning garden designer Philippa Pearson on the use of plants to create stunning displays in your garden. Tips on how to choose the right plant for the right place and to create a garden with structure and interest throughout the season.
The Swiss Garden, Shuttleworth
Sat 7 Apr

More details - Bedford: Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 4
Michael Collins conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in a programme featuring Brahms’ St Anthony Variations, Birchall’s Labyrinth for Cello and Orchestra performed by Timothy Walden and Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony.
Bedford Corn Exchange 13 St Paul’s Square
Sat 7 Apr

More details - Spring Migrants Bird Walk
A guided walk led by our team of expert Volunteers - spotting the visiting spring migrants of the Millennium Country Park, like Willow Warblers, Wheatears, Chiff Chaffs and Winchats. Make sure you dress appropriately for the weather and wear waterproof shoes or boots - unfortunately no dogs are allowed.
Forest Centre
Sat 7 Apr

Luton MrBead Bead Show More details - Luton MrBead Bead Show
String & Loose Bead & Pearls Supplies for the Home Jewellery Maker. Plus original designed semi-precious and pearl necklaces by MiMi. Many different gemstone beads like jade, turquoise, agates, jasper, carnelian, coral etc. Plus our popular discount beads at £2 per string or six strings for £10!
Stockwood Hotel, Stockwood Crescent (car park on Castle Street), Luton
Sat 7 Apr
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More details - Funny Faces - The stories of Sid James & Joan Sims
SID JAMES & JOAN SIMS return for one night only: two British comedy icons. This double bill of two one-actor plays open the doors and invite you into the real lives of two of the best-loved British comedy performers of the 20th Century. JOAN takes a walk down memory lane in SIMply JOAN.
The Place, Bradgate Rd, Bedford
Sat 7 Apr