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More details - St Neots Coffee Morning - Christmas unwrapped
This months Coffee morning is to be Christmas unwrapped. If you have any unwanted presents and would like to donate them to the TimeBank to sell and raise funds for administration costs. There will also be a raffle. We meet on the first Saturday of every month 11.00am till 1.30pm.
ST Mary’s Church Hall, Church Street, St Neots
Sat 3 Feb

More details - Illustgrated Photography Talk - An evening with Will Cheung
Photography talk - An evening with Will Cheung
St. Neots Bowls Club, St. Anselm Place (beside Tennis Courts), St. Neots
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More details - St Neots TimeBank - New Friends Group
TimeBank members welcome people to pop along and meet old friends and make new Friends at our monthly ‘NEW FRIEND’s’ group. No charge just a chance to chat and make friends. This is also an opportunity to find out about the TimeBank and the benefits that membership offers.
Held at the Priory Centre Cloisters. St Neots
Fri 16 Feb, Fri 16 Mar

More details - Baby & Childrens Market - Nearly New Sale
***Now Open for Stall Bookings*** What’s on offer? Lots of stall bursting with top quality LIKE NEW and NEW baby & children’s items from birth to 8 yrs.
Priory Centre, Priory Lane, St Neots
Sat 17 Feb

More details - Tempsford Museum and Archive
This months exhibition will be "Tempsford Ephemera and Photo’s" a display of photographs and Ephemera associated with Tempsford, with many unseen photographs, papers, wills, documents and other items of interest on display.
Stuart Memorial Hall, Tempsford
Sun 4 Feb

More details - First World War presentation.
Alan Wakefield will give a presentation on ’From the Good Soldier to the Emperor – The Austro-Hungarian Army 1914-1918’. Despite this army generally having a bad press, and grave problems, this multi-ethnic force remained in the field with its cohesion intact until the final months of the war.
The Comrades Club, Godmanchester, Huntingdon.
Wed 7 Feb

More details - Made in Dagenham the Musical
This February, The Musical Theatre Company is transporting you back to groovy Sixties for the rousing musical comedy “Made in Dagenham”. Based on the critically acclaimed 2010 film of the same name, the musical tells the true story of the women’s strikes at a car manufacturing plant in Dagenham.
Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre
Wed 14 Feb to Sat 17 Feb

More details - Quiz Night
Quiz Night, organised by Sandy Horticultural Association in conjunction with Sandy Allotment and Leisure Gardening Association, on Friday 16th February at 7.30. p.m. in the Sandy Conservative Club hall.£5.00 per person with teams of up to six people. see website www.thesandyshow.ork.uk
Sandy Conservative Club Hall
Fri 16 Feb

More details - Go Johnny Go
GO JOHNNY GO Are a Established four piece Live Band. The Bands repertoire is made up of some of the best selling songs ever recorded By the stars of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. All the songs are Performed completely live by experienced pro standard musicians .
Alconbury Sports and social club
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Wild Things at Half Term
Half term activities. Come along to enjoy the reserve, follow the half term trail and enjoy a series of self-led activities.
The Lodge, Potton Road, Sandy
Sat 10 Feb to Sun 18 Feb

More details - Green Hearts activity event
Make, wear and share a green heart — for the things you love and want to protect from climate change. Here’s how to take part. This Valentine’s Day, The Climate Coalition is once again encouraging people across the UK to Show The Love for our climate and turn red hearts green.
The Lodge, Potton Road, Sandy
Wed 14 Feb

More details - Give Nature a Home. Make a nest box in National Nest Box week.
Birds will soon be searching for places to make a home to nest in. We can help them do this in our own gardens by making and putting up a safe and cosy nest box. We supply the nest box kit and tools and have information available on where to best site your box to encourage birds to bring up their young.
The Lodge, Potton Road, Sandy
Thu 15 Feb, Sat 17 Feb

More details - Embroiderers' Guild Bedford branch
Do you like textiles? Would you like to learn some new techniques or just see great work in a friendly setting? Would you love to buy previously loved fabrics, threads, magazines or books at very reasonable prices? You do not have to be an expert needlewoman to enjoy the Embroiderers’ Guild.
St Mark’s Church Hall, Calder Rise, Bedford
Thu 15 Feb

More details - Introduction to Family History Sources
Want to start tracing your family history but not sure where to start? This workshop by Bedfordshire Archives can help. Introducing you to sources in the library, online and from local archive services. Even if your family isn’t from Bedfordshire you will pick up tips that can be useful throughout England.
Biggleswade Library, Chestnut Ave, Biggleswade
Mon 5 Feb

More details - Introduction to local history sources
Would you like to know more about the history of a local area but are not sure where to begin? This workshop by Bedfordshire Archives may help. We will look at sources available in the library, online and at the local archive service.
Biggleswade Library, Chestnut Ave, Biggleswade
Mon 5 Feb

More details - Go Johnny Go
GO JOHNNY GO Are a Established four piece Live Band. The Bands repertoire is made up of some of the best selling songs ever recorded By the stars of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. All the songs are Performed completely live by experienced pro standard musicians .
Biggleswade united WMC
Sat 3 Feb

More details - NGS Open Day at the Swiss Garden
Since its foundation, the National Gardens Scheme has donated £50 million to charities across the UK. Around 3,700 gardens open each year for the National Garden Scheme.
The Swiss Garden, Old Warden
Sun 18 Feb

More details - Hardy Plant Society, Cambs & Beds
The Hardy Plant Society is a national organisation for keen gardeners, whether beginners or more experienced. Our friendly group has over 90 members and meets on the first Saturday every month from September till April. In the summer we organise both local and residential garden-related visits.
Weatherley Centre, Eagle Farm Road, Biggleswade, Beds
Sat 3 Feb

More details - Biggleswade Antique & Vintage Fair
If you love antiques and vintage then visit Biggleswade Antiques & Vintage Fair. We have over 45 stalls offering a wide range of antique and vintage items from costume and quality jewellery, china, glass, curios, handbags, scarves and accessories, lighting, postcards and small furniture.
The Weatherley Centre, Eagle Farm Road, Biggleswade, Beds
Sun 18 Feb, Sun 18 Mar

More details - Wimpole Estate - Wimpole's Wednesday Walk
Join us for a different walk each week, showing off some of the best views, woodland paths and secret seats in and around Wimpole’s parkland. Walks range from 2.5-4.5miles and are often muddy.
Wimpole Estate, Arrington, Royston
Wed 24 Jan, Wed 31 Jan

More details - Wimpole Estate - Winter Photography Walk and Competition
Back by popular demand after the success of our 2017 Harvest Photography Walk, and led by our friendly volunteers.Come and explore the wider landscape of Wimpole and capture the special beauty of its winter season on your camera or mobile phone.
Wimpole Estate, Arrington, Royston
Sat 3 Feb

More details - The Swiss Garden - Open Garden for NGS
This enchanting garden was created in the ’Swiss Picturesque’ style for the 3rd Lord Ongley in the early C19 and reopened in July 2014 after a major HLF-funded restoration. Serpentine paths lead to cleverly contrived vistas, many of which focus on the thatched Swiss Cottage.
The Swiss Garden, Biggleswade
Sun 18 Feb

More details - Valentine’s Afternoon Tea
Enjoy a romantic Afternoon Tea in the grand setting of The House at Shuttleworth. Formerly the home of the Shuttleworth family, The House will be open for viewing with room stewards on hand to tell you more about the history of the family and Old Warden Park.
The House, Shuttleworth, Old Warden Park
Sun 11 Feb

More details - Bedford: Carnival in Prague
Paavo Järvi conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in a programme featuring Dvorák’s Carnival Overture, Hummel’s Trumpet Concerto performed by Lucienne Renaudin Vary, and Dvorák’s Seventh Symphony.
Bedford Corn Exchange 13 St Paul’s Square
Tue 30 Jan

More details - P.B's Antiques & Collectables Fair
P.B’s Antiques & Collectables Fair in association with St Paul’s Church Bedford is a fund raising Church event. We have sellers with a wide variety of items including Coins, Glass, China, Pottery, some old Toys, Postcards, Books, Brass, Copper, Curios and lots of lovely Jewellery,small furniture items.
St Pauls Church St Pauls Square BEDFORD
Sat 27 Jan

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