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88% High Street - Notice Board
Browser does not support script. Bedford High Street Learning Resource Curriculum Resource for Schools A fun and fascinating package for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 learners, produced by educational experts, is now available. Assistance with fees available for local contractors.
Bedford Borough Council

 
86% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Manor House Hockliffe
Manor House Hockliffe The rear of The Manor House March 2015. The total value of his moveable property was 76.5s.6d. Downstairs: Entrance hall (14 feet 6 inches by 10 fete 6 inches); stables with 2 loose boxes (unused) and loft over;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
83% Bedford Townscape Heritage Initiative
Browser does not support script. The programme included heritage interpretation, events, educational and community activities, as well as heritage construction and maintenance skills for owners, tenants, contractors, students and the general public and a new NVQ Heritage Construction Skills course, now available at Bedford College.
Bedford Borough Council

 
81% Historic Areas and Buildings
Browser does not support script. Development proposals within a conservation area have to preserve or enhance the character of that area. Stewartby. Section 3 - 4.0-5.4.5. II - the standard grade: means the building is of special interest and every effort should be made to preserve them.
Bedford Borough Council

 
81% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Clifton Manor House
Clifton Manor House Clifton Lodge Hotel in the early 1920s [Z564/6]. Dog Boarders (at owner's risk) 10/- per week Extras. s, a dressing room, a bathroom, a house maid's parlour and a sitting room.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
75% Historic Environment Record
Browser does not support script. Historic Environment Countryside Advice to Landowners and Farmers The landscape of Bedford Borough is the product of thousands of years of human activity and is rich in sites of archaeological and historic interest.
Bedford Borough Council

 
71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Milton Bryan Manor House
Milton Bryan Manor House The Manor House in the 19th century [Z106/7]. The old Free School, founded by Sir Robert Harry Inglis was opposite the new part of the churchyard. a dining room measuring 27 feet by 16 feet 6 inches ("back entrance and cloaks");
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Hollington Mill
Hollington Mill The Bedfordshire Historic Environment Record [HER] contains information on the county's historic buildings and landscapes and summaries of each entry can now be found online as part of the Heritage Gateway website.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
67% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Watermill
Sandy Watermill Sandy Mill about 1900 [Z50/99/20]. A NEAT & COMFORTABLE STONE-BUILT RESIDENCE, ERECTED A FEW YEARS SINCE,. a Yard and Garden in the Rear, and on the First Floor and Six Capital Bed Rooms".
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
66% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Bury Farm Kensworth
Bury Farm Kensworth Bury Farm in the 1870s [Z883/36]. The Dean and Chapter were the Lords of the Manor of Kensworth. Clover Stover - 18 acres of beans; Outside stood a brick, half timbered and tiled earth closet in the garden and a brick and slate wood barn, donkey house and barn.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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