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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 is part of the newly-formed Feline Assembly, empowering women to perform and play music in Bedford.  Sue has been passionate about live music for over 40 years and is…

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Restaurant Review – Corner 5

By Stephen Bywater The airy restaurant, named after its location in the building, is high-end forest minimalist with a splash of the industrial. Outside, in the dead of winter, there’s a hint of Scandi-noir, but on a summer’s evening the lake’s enchanting. The mood is mellow and the service glides unobtrusively on.  For drinks we…

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What’s On – March

Sacrifice Pro wrestling returns to Bedford Esquires Friday 8 March from 7.30pm An evening of pro wrestling chaos returns to Esquires, with all proceeds going to Autism Bedfordmshire. Confirmed to appear are Big T Justice (making his Bedford debut), Hustle Malone, Warren Banks, Jayde and ‘the Mindsweeper’ Ashley Dunn. Tickets £10 per person, strictly over…

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March Music Highlights

The Orielles + Guests Friday 1 March Bedford Esquires 2018 was a breakthrough year for The Oreilles, culminating in their breath-taking live show which saw them sell-out increasingly large venues across the U.K and play festivals from Latitude to Camp Bestival and End of the Road. Sisters Sidonie B and Esmé Dee Hand Halford are…

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Educating individuals – Rushmoor and St Andrew’s School Alliance

Rushmoor and St Andrew’s Schools alliance provides non-selective independent education, where we firmly believe in providing a well-balanced education for each child.  Class sizes are small and our exceptional reputation for providing excellent pastoral care ensures our pupils fulfil their potential. Our motto is ‘Where individuals matter’ and we believe this is so important.  Every…

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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 operates out of St Paul’s Church in the heart of the town centre, and just a stone’s throw from its former home on St Paul’s Square. Steve and his team of…

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