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Come and join us if you enjoy fantastic jazz and great food in superb surroundings every last Thursday of the month at The Bedford Golf Club, Great Denham. Relax in our intimate clubhouse with its soft lighting and comfy sofas, enjoying an ambience only jazz clubs can create. We're kicking off on Thursday March 29th with renown Jazz singer Sophia Ripley, accompanied by The Alan Haughton Trio with Alan Haughton on piano, Dirk Griffin on bass and Bobby Orr on drums in our newly extended clubhouse. Whilst getting in the groove why not try one of our delicious new Deli Boards accompanied by a bottle of one of our fine wines? Call Rhian on 01234 320022 to book your ticket. Entry is just £5 if paid in advance or £7 on the door for a good quality evening. Non-Members welcome
John Bunyan Museum is open for the new season after being closed for the winter. New family and children's activity trails avaliable free
From BBC TV’s “Children in Need”, Dame Vera Lynn’s Charity Ball & Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Don’t miss this afternoon “one show special”. The full impact of the “Big Band” sound with a unique “feel-good” show – Glenn Miller, Sinatra, Ella, Jazz & Blues. “Superb - they swing like crazy!” – Sheila Tracy, BBC. “Swing and Song of the highest order” – Telegraph, featuring SIMONE as seen on BBC TV and Ivy Benson Orchestra!
An enthralling dramatisation of Charles Dickens’ beloved novel. A must see play.
Shaun Spiers, CPRE's national Chief Executive is to give a public talk entitled 'Standing up for the countryside: the next 25 years'. His talk will start at 8pm, following CPRE Bedfordshire's 25th AGM, and is to be held at The Chellington Centre, Nr Carlton, Bedfordshire. The Centre was given a Silver Award by CPRE Bedfordshire in its Design and Countryside Awards scheme 2008, and is run by ReachOut Plus, a charity creating opportunities that change people’s lives - especially those of the young, disabled or disadvantaged.
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