The junior captain at Chesfield Downs golf club will be hosting an event to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
A skate park in Biggleswade has been closed by Central Bedfordshire Council amid safety concerns.
There has been chaos for commuters in North Herts and Central Beds and surrounding towns this week, as Govia’s new timetable roll out has seen trains cancelled, delayed and staff shortages.
The Mayor of Biggleswade joined retirees to celebrate the opening of a new retirement living developement in the town last week.
A children’s dance group in Biggleswade received a special visit from one of CBeebies’ most popular presenters on Tuesday.
A 24-hour McDonald’s in Biggleswade – with a 12m drive-through totem – has been approved.
We’re three weeks away from the new Great Northern timetable being rolled out – which operator Govia Thameslink Railway is hailing as the “biggest timetable shake-up in UK rail history.”
A Biggleswade fashion store has expanded its range by adding an additional shop above the existing one.
Seven shops and businesses across Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton and Shefford will be a part of Central Bedfordshire Council’s revamp scheme.
The Biggleswade Good Neighbours group have been out and about battling the elements on their first litter pick of the year.
The family of a Biggleswade woman who lost her battle with small cell ovarian cancer have raised £100,000 to help fund research into the disease.
Ahead of World Down Syndrome Day on Wednesday, a Biggleswade mother has spoken about how the condition is misunderstood.
A Biggleswade mum has started her own hypnobirthing classes to dispel myths and teach others the techniques after it changed her life.
Two private landlords have pleaded guilty in court to renting three rooms in a house of multiple occupation with serious hazards.
A Biggleswade man says he was left shocked after coming across a needle-filled bag in a car park in Hitchin Street on Saturday.
Staff at a Biggleswade clothing store are hoping to turn the frightening experience of a burglary into positive action by selling the recovered stock for charity.
A Biggleswade resident continues to keep her daughter’s memory alive after mental illness claimed her life by organising sponsored walks to raise money for a related charity.
A five-year-old girl from Sandy has shown off her green fingers by winning a fruit and vegetable-themed competition.
Keech Hospice Care plans to enchant hundreds of vistors the weekend after next in the return of Keechfest.
The first ever Willington Open Gardens, in aid of Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice in Moggerhanger, was such a success visitors were left calling for the event to return next year.