Category: Marston Moretaine

Marston Moretaine teenager running 26 miles to support learning disabilities charity MacIntyre

A student from Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire, is running 26 miles this March in support of MacIntyre, a national charity that supports people with learning disabilities and/or autism.

Thirteen-year-old Aiden Penny will be raising money for MacIntyre as part of his Duke of Edinburgh Award. He is delighted to have already raised over £250 for the charity’s ‘Move with MacIntyre’ campaign.

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Marston Vale new villages development brief consultation extension

The consultation deadline for the Marston Vale New Villages Development Brief has been extended until 31 March 2021 by O&H Land.

Since the consultation was launched on 24 February, more than 800 people have viewed the consultation materials at the Marston Valley website, including the Development Brief which sets out the vision for the development.

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Teenagers’ video calls for Marston Valley trees and not new homes

Kendra and Django Turner, both from Lidlington, Bedfordshire are so appalled with the plans to build 5000 new homes on their doorstep that they have released a video calling for a Sir Tom Moore Country Park of 5,000 trees instead of the new villages.

Marston Valley is a proposal to build 5,000 homes in a series of new villages on land between Brogborough, Lidlington and Marston Moretaine, in Bedfordshire.

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Poignant sculpture of Captain Sir Tom Moore to support Cornwall Hospice Care

A bust of the late Captain Sir Tom Moore by West Cornwall sculptor Penny Lally, will be at the centre of an online auction being held by Cornwall Hospice Care in March.

A number of artists have donated 100 items to the Cornish healthcare charity, including Ken Howard OBE RA who’s given a stunning oil on canvas of St Michael’s Mount.

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