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A six-year-old from Stewarby spent part of her school half-term holiday fundraising for Barnardo's and has set her sights on raising £1,000 for the children's charity.
Bedford Inclusive Learning and Training Trust (BILTT) staff are mentally and physically preparing themselves to take on the largest abseil tower in the world to raise money for new playground equipment...
The Home Office have apologised and promised a refund to a Bedford Borough couple due to a delayed biometric residence permit (BRP). It should have arrived ‘within 7 working days’ of 24 May…
Bedfordian Caroline Coster, who lost her hands and feet due to complications after contracting coronavirus, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Four...
People throughout Bedfordshire are being asked to help clock up a combined total of one million miles to help raise funds towards a new children's A&E and CT scanner for Bedford Hospital...
For thirty years, Keech Hospice Care has been looking after adults in Luton and South Bedfordshire, and children from Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes who have life-limiting and terminal illnesses and...
St Paul's Church, in the heart of Bedford town centre, will be commemorating Refugee Week this month with a creative installation on the theme of Solidarity. Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating...
This summer, Bedford is hosting a 'Summer of SEND' and partners, children and young people involved in the projects have made a video to encourage everyone to get involved...
St. Neots runner Andy Walton has completed his first marathon raising funds for a local homeless charity. Andy (51) ran the virtual Edinburgh Marathon (#virtualEMF) on Saturday...
Bedford-based charities, Living It Up and CHUMS were the recipients of £9,000 each following a charity golf day at Pavenham Park Golf Club. This year marked the 30th annual...
“Not all kids and families are as fortunate as Finn and lose their battle with cancer at such a young age with so much to live for.’’
A special commemorative bench was unveiled at Millbrook Station on 29 May by Captain Sir Tom Moore’s daughter, Hannah Ingram-Moore, and Eric Robinson MBE, president of the Royal British Legion Bedfordshire.