This year the Priory Church in Dunstable will be celebrating Bedfordshire Day on Saturday 30th November with a series of talks and walks based around the history of Dunstable and World War II. All the events are free, so why not pop down. See the poster below for details:
Today is the 28th of October, which means there is exactly one month to go until Bedfordshire Day. Consider this your friendly reminder, everyone!
We want to see our county full of people celebrating all that is good about Bedfordshire. Whether it’s flying our county flag, making Bedfordshire Clangers with the kids or having a pint of locally brewed ale. We want to hear all about what you have planned for Bedfordshire Day.
We have new downloads available on our Downloads page to help you celebrate. You can now print off Bedfordshire, flags, bunting, posters and cocktail-stick flags (for decorating your clangers and cakes).
On the day, we’d love to see all your photos, so send them in to us using the hashtags #BedfordshireDay and #GetYourClangersOut.
There is nothing too big or too small to post about, when it comes to your Bedfordshire Day. Let’s spread the word and celebrate our county in style!
We’d like to say sorry for being late with our post, which should have been yesterday. Technical difficulties made it impossible to post until just now. Fortunately we are back up and running.Yesterday was Buckinghamshire Day, it was decided that it should coincide with the inauguartion of one of the most important events to come out of Buckinghamshire, the Paralympic games, which were first held at Stoke Mandeville hospital, just outside Aylesbury.So happy Buckinghamshire day to our neighbours to the west. We hope it was a great day!
In our continuing set of posts highlighting the other county days around the country. We’d like to give a very hearty cheer to all of our friends out on the east coast in Norfolk today who are celebrating their county in style. With more than 150 events across the county it is one of the more successful of the county days. We can only wish for similar success in Bedfordshire in the future as our county day becomes more familiar.