Interviews

Life after Lockdown – Carrie Rainbow from Otter and Moose

Whilst we all take heed to social distancing measures we can’t help but imagine our first day without ‘lockdown’.We’d love to hear your views on what

Life after Lockdown – Sarah Elam

Whilst we all take heed to social distancing measures we can't help but imagine our first day without 'lockdown'.We'd love to hear your views on what

Best of Bedford – John Medhurst

John Medhurst Jewellers has been situated at 10 Mill Street for 17 years. Managing director, John, has been in the jewellery industry since 1969...

Best of Bedford – Liz at The Welly

This month’s Best of Bedford is brought to you by Liz Sutton the new landlady of one of Bedford’s best-loved pubs, the Wellington Arms. ...

Read all about it – The June edition is online

The printers are putting the finishing touches for the June edition to hit the streets very soon, however if you cannot wait that long...

Best of Bedford: Natasha Trudgill

This month’s Best of Bedford features Natasha Trudgill of the Secret Garden in St Cuthbert’s Arcade. Her shop sells pre-loved children’s wear and is a...

Best of Bedford: Sue Miller

Sue Miller is one of the female DJs taking to the decks at Herd this month as part of their annual International Women’s Day celebrations. Sue...

BOTLBLOX – Max McMurdo is building a future out of rubbish

Bedford-based designer, Max McMurdo, rose to fame ten years ago when he appeared on BBC’s Dragon’s Den, seeking investment for his upcycled creations. Since then, Max...

Best of Bedford – Steve Barratt

This month’s best of Bedford comes from Bedford tour guide and Visitor Information Centre volunteer Steve Barratt. Thanks to Steve, the Visitor Information Centre...

Best of Bedford: Mel Stratton

This month’s Best of Bedford comes from Mel Stratton, founder of Love in a Bag Bedford, a charity initiative to help women in crisis. Mel...

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