With Bedfordshire Day on 28 November, Bedford Heights is celebrating Bedfordshire’s varied and creative independent businesses at Christmas shopping event.
Spearheaded by the Friends of Bedfordshire Society, Bedfordshire Day has grown in recent years.
Many county businesses commemorate the day in some way whether it’s by holding an event, celebrating traditional Bedfordshire fayre like the Clanger, or flying the Bedfordshire flag.
In recognition of Bedfordshire Day, and to raise the profile of the county’s day, 20 local traders will bring their wares to Bedford Heights on 28 November.
The event is also open to the general public, who can come and browse at their leisure and take advantage of supporting the county’s best local traders, crafters and retailers.
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