The website of Shefford in Bedfordshire, England. Contains a brief history of Shefford and Chicksands with a Diary of Local Events and Information Pages. Visit Shefford would like to thank Shefford Town for help with the information references from its website.
Just Outside of Shefford and voted Bedfordshire's Village of the year in 2003, 2005 and 2009 this shows What is on and what is happening in the Village and Parish of Clifton
Local useful information, history of the local villages of Campton and Chicksands and useful contacts for visitors and new residents.
Useful information and documents, contacts and history from the village of Meppershall on the south side of Shefford
Further out of Shefford but part of the village catchment and voted Calor's Village of the year in 2006-7. Keeping you updated on what is happening in the Village of Henlow. This also covers community and contacts in and aound the RAF Henlow base too.
A significant large village outside of Shefford towards Bedford also worth a mention is Haynes separated from Shefford by Rowney Warren
Support and serving the areas and communities of Southill, Stanford, Broom and Ireland just outside of Shefford
South of Biggleswade and east of Shefford, Langford sits on the east bank of the river Ivel. It is a long straggling village which at one time had two or three fording points over the river, hence its name. There is abutchers, hairdressers and a general store, post office, mobile library and a doctor's surgery.
Stondon is a thriving village situated a few miles outside Shefford and like many villages there is a lot more to Stondon than you might think!. It shows the amenities and the activities which take place, about the businesses in Stondon and the history of our village.
Arlesey is a small town a few miles from Shefford, and extends for about 3 miles along the River Hiz valley. It has the nearest local railway station which runs to London and Peterborough. Arlesey was a Royal Manor (Manor of Arleseybury) and a market town, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
The Stotfold of today is a small town situated in the south east eddge of Bedfordshire, close to the Hertfordshire border. It has much history with the River Ivel running through the restored Stotfold Mill.
Bedfordshire's Promoted Routes and places to unwind. Let's Go! is a project that was conceived and delivered by the Forest of Marston Vale in Mid-Bedfordshire.
The county’s leading local interest magazine providing a carefully researched mix of news, reviews and features covering a range of subjects including: history and heritage, arts and theatre, food and drink, events and activities, local news and developments.
There is always something to do in Bedfordshire – home to the renowned “River Festival” in Bedford, the lively and colourful Luton Carnival or the eclectic Woburn Oyster Festival.
All the information you need to get walking and hiking under the beautiful big skies and surrounded by the open green areas of the Bedfordshire countryside. Nature at its best.
The main council offices for the area of Mid-Bedfordshire or Central Bedfordshire as it is now called based adjacent to the old Chicksands airbase on the A507 Ampthill road
Running the route from Bedford to Hitchin through Shefford and the surrounding villages. To check for availability news updates and to download and view timetables.
Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity (BRCC) has a track record of over 50 years in supporting and developing communities across Bedfordshire.
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