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Cyclist Josh Quigley, who is embarking on a round-the-world bike ride, received a £75 fine from a Bedford enforcement officer for cycling through the town centre this week.
Kerry Large
With a little under a year to go before the Olympic and Paralympic Games take place, a Bedford based athlete is attempting to raise support and money to be able to...
Anne Grant
Carers in Bedfordshire's former chair, Anne Grant has received an MBE in the  New Year’s Honours  list  for services to the charity. The award was made in recognition of Anne’s unwavering commitment to the needs of...
Bedford Hospital entrance
The Department of Health and Social Care has approved £99.5m of capital funding for NHS projects in Bedfordshire, including the merger of Bedford and Luton & Dunstable hospitals. Stephen Conroy, Chief...
Kempston puppy
Pipe dreams nearly ended in a nightmare for a husky puppy in Kempston this week, when he got his head stuck while on a walk.
Modern slavery
Bedfordshire Police and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have carried out targeted visits at a number of car washes to combat modern slavery and exploitation.
fairy lights
While Christmas is the season of goodwill, it is also the season of enormous amounts of rubbish, much of which cannot be recycled. We asked Bedford Repair Cafe's Katie Allen and Daniel Churchill for their top...
Castle Mound repairs
Repairs are being carried out on Bedford's Castle Mound this week to repair damage to the canopy roof and also install climbing deterrents to areas around the site...
Kempston Rovers Logo
AFC Dunstable scored two first half goals to take the spoils in this Bedfordshire Derby game, which despite the high tempo and blood and thunder spirit, lacked...
https://youtu.be/3KomX_jv7Qc The third BABA (Bedfordshire Asian Business Association) Business Excellence Awards 2018 took place in front of a packed Bedford Corn Exchange on Saturday 13 October. The event recognises the brightest and best businesses across Bedfordshire...
Spectacularts Holding Card
This weekend (7 September) will see the very first Spectacularts Bedford Street Arts Festival which organisers, volunteers, sponsors and participants all promise will be spectacular. The event, organised...
Nathan Stubbings
A Bedford man has been sent to prison for a year after pleading guilty to intimidating a witness with an axe. Last October, Nathan Stubbings, 28, of Poppyfields, Bedford...