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School closures after snow fall

Schools across Bedfordshire are closed this morning because of the snow.

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Wyboston Lakes

Jo Cox charity benefits from BF booking

A Wyboston conference centre has made a donation to charity after it says it was duped into accepting a booking from the far right group Britain First.

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Council plans to tighten up on Biggleswade parking

Biggleswade Town Council is preparing to tackle some of the town’s parking issues.

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Drivers are warned about delays on the M27 this morning

A1 diversions set up for road closures

Essential resurfacing work along the A1 between Langford and Baldock in Bedfordshire will start on Monday 11 December.

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Charity’s plea to help those in need

Charity’s plea to help those in need

Christmas is a time of giving - and a Biggleswade charity is spearheading a campaign to help people in need this year.

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It’s all systems go for new community hall

It’s all systems go for new community hall

Potton Hall for All has cleared its final planning hurdle.

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The Yes4Winslow group in High Street. PNL-140625-133045009

Planning decision marks huge victory for Winslow’s neighbourhood plan

A developer’s appeal against a planning department’s rejection of 211 new homes at Glebe Farm Winslow has been dismissed, marking a huge victory for Winslow Town Council and the Winslow Neighbourhood Plan.

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Memorial listing helps to honour the fallen

Memorial listing helps to honour the fallen

In the week the country remembers the fallen Historic England has been looking back at a village war memorial has been listed to ensure its protection for years to come.

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Are you making any of these common recycling mistakes?

Pizza boxes, crisp bags and light bulbs: here’s what NOT to recycle

People could save thousands of tons of recyclable materials from going to landfill by avoiding the country’s biggest recycling mistakes, according to an expert.

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Call for rethink over Local Plan

Call for rethink over Local Plan

An independent Potton councillor has slammed Central Bedfordshire Council after he says it published selected results from its public consultation on the Local Plan for housing.

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Help to make area’s orchards grow

Volunteers are needed to help protect Bedfordshire’s orchard heritage.

Education
Jerome’s off on the jamboree of a lifetime

Jerome’s off on the jamboree of a lifetime

A Scout leader from Luton is among a quartet of Bedfordshire people selected from Scouting’s 150,000 adult volunteers to

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Could Dunstable Downs have its own parish council?

Survey wants your views on your parish

Residents in Central Bedfordshire are being given the opportunity to have a say on how local communities are represented by parish or town councils.

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Where to spend your Bonfire Night

Remember, remember the 5th of November... so here’s a round up of bonfire and fireworks events celebrating Bonfire Night in Chronicle country next week.

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French market in Thame

Market is to have a continental air!

Oh la la! Biggleswade is going all continental next month.

Business
Paw Patrol soap warning

Alert over Paw Patrol soap after toddler left fighting for life

The makers of a novelty Paw Patrol bath foam have withdrawn it from sale after it apparently exploded leaving a toddler in a critical condition.

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Town plan is to go forward for 
a referendum

Residents in Arlesey are being given the opportunity to vote on the town’s proposed Neighbourhood Plan.

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Drop in session to see quarry growth plans

Drop in session to see quarry growth plans

The owners of Broom Quarry are inviting residents to view plans to extend the site.

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College saves ancient pear tree from HS2

College saves ancient pear tree from HS2

Students at Shuttleworth College have been helping to save an ancient pear tree threatened by HS2.

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Council slammed over housing claim

Council slammed over housing claim

An environment watchdog has attacked a council’s claim that it needs up to 55,000 new homes over the next 20 years to meet the needs of its population.

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