Biggleswade News

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Mount Pleasant Golf Club in Lower Stondon have raised more than £400 for the Alzheimer’s Society at their annual lady captain’s day.

Archaeologists are hoping to find evidence of Roman buildings as the Sandy excavation enters its final stage.

The National Hot Rod Association held their 28th show at Old Warden Park last weekend.

Biggleswade’s school uniform drive has helped 90 families after hundreds of donations from the community.

The Shuttleworth Collection has made a prominent appearance on a new Channel 4 show.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Biggleswade Town boss Lee Allinson enjoys ‘fantastic feeling’ of opening day victory as the Waders blast four past title favourites Kings Lynn Town.

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Biggleswade Town boss Lee Allinson says he’s enjoying life as Waders boss despite 2-1 defeat in the ‘Allinson derby’ to dad Ian’s St Albans City.

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Biggleswade Town were edged 2-1 by St Albans City in on Monday night as Allinson senior took the bragging rights over son Lee.

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The number of couples forming civil partnerships in Central Bedfordshire has fallen dramatically since same-sex marriage was legalised, ONS figures show.

Car thefts increased last year in Bedfordshire according to the latest police recorded crime figures, likely propelled by an increase in keyless cars.

A Biggleswade supermarket was broken into on Sunday night in an unsuccessful burglary attempt.

A drunken burglar from Stotfold “went berserk” and caused almost £75,000 in damage to a family’s Lake District second home during a five-day trespass.

A Campton fireworks company has finished second in the British Firework Championship after a set of dazzling displays.

Jordans Mill has opened a new area in its garden to celebrate National Allotments Week.

The standard bearer for the Shefford branch of the Royal British Legion was one of more than 2,000 from across the UK to parade at the Menin Gate last week.

A stretch of the A1 between Sandy and the Black Cat roundabout will be closed for a number of overnight periods this week for site investigation work.

A Biggleswade musician is set to perform alongside the band behind one of the biggest songs of the early 2000s in London later this month.

The wife of a Biggleswade store director has been remembered with a charity hike up Snowdon after she tragically died from a rare heart condition.

The people of Potton will be hoping the heatwave continues as they prepare for Party on Potton’s The Big Weekend.

A Bedfordshire Police detective chief inspector committed gross misconduct by accessing force data outside his role, a special case hearing has heard.

A Sandy teenager has been selected as part of the group of Scouts that will help run the 24th World Jamboree in the United States next summer.

A group being set up to help councils co-ordinate economic growth in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor, including Bedfordshire, has been labelled a quango and compared to the ill-fated regional assemblies.

The Shuttleworth Collection put on yet another fantastic display on Sunday at the Shuttleworth Family Airshow, almost 78 years to the day after the death of the aviator who laid its foundations.

A 20-year-old woman who went missing from Clifton yesterday afternoon was found safe and well in Arlesey following more than four hours of searching.

A quarry in Arlesey has been evacuated after an old hand grenade was discovered.

A 17-year-old boy from Shefford has been charged with robbery after an incident in Langford.

Drug-related deaths have risen across North Herts, Stevenage and the surrounding districts over the last three years, reflecting a national rise in fatalities over the period.

A new programme is being launched by Central Bedfordshire Council to develop a long-term education plan.

A large planning application for more homes near Potton has been withdrawn, much to the delight of independent councillor Adam Zerny.

A missing Biggleswade man has been found safe and well by police.

A man in his 30s from Biggleswade has been missing since the early hours of this morning.

A teenager has been charged with grevious bodily harm after he allegedly broke a police officer’s leg in a road collision in Sandy.

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Mount Pleasant Golf Club in Lower Stondon have raised more than £400 for the Alzheimer’s Society at their annual lady captain’s day.

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