Forest Folk and Roots present – Man the Lifeboats and The Rabbitts

Formed in London in October 2016 in the aftermath of a manic “Skinny Lister” gig , Man The Lifeboats were born, their objective to play the same, raucous, upbeat folk music, to drag traditional folk tunes kicking and screaming into the 21st century, to craft songs with big choruses that tell stories

On at The Higgins – Artworks created by those living with dementia, recovering from strokes, and their carers

The Higgins Bedford is hosting a display of artworks, created by people living with dementia, those recovering from strokes, and their carers.

What’s On at the Stables this May

A list of events being held at The Stables, Milton Keynes in May 2019

The Stables granted the legal right to continue to make noise at the existing levels

The Stables Theatre is very grateful to the members of Milton Keynes Council who voted unanimously last night to secure its future by imposing a condition on the Reserved Matters planning application by Abbey Homes that the developer enter into a Deed of Easement.

The Higgins Bedford Celebrates RAE Bedford’s Contribution to Concorde

RAE Bedford’s Contribution to Concorde at The Higgins Bedford celebrates RAE Bedford’s major, but often unrecognised, contribution to Concorde, the world’s first fully operational supersonic airliner.

Easter Holidays at The Higgins Bedford

The Higgins Bedford museum and art gallery has lots of creative art and craft activities inspired by the upcoming ‘Round and Round the Garden’ exhibition.

New Exhibition: The Journey from Bunyan to the Brickworks

The Journey from Bunyan to the Brickworks explores the journeys of pride, inspiration and hope made by Bunyan who was imprisoned and persecuted for his beliefs, alongside the difficult journeys made by those who came to Bedford after the Second World War to work at The London Brick Company.

Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service – charity car washes at Dunstable and Bedford this weekend

Firefighters will be raising money for the Firefighters’ Charity. The Firefighters Charity offers a broad range of support to Firefighters that include nursing services, recuperation, rehabilitation and health and wellbeing services

Bedfordshire Police seeks teams for its first charity KickOff@3 football tournament

Bedfordshire Police is holding its first county-wide charity football tournament and is looking to recruit teams of boys and girls for both the under 14 and under 16 tournaments.

Taking place in aid of Embrace, a charity that supports young people whose lives have been impacted by serious crime, the seven-a-side tournament kicks off on Sunday 28 April at Kempston Rovers FC in Hillgrounds Road, Kempston, with a maximum of 10 players in each team.

Browse our What’s On in Cranfield and Marston Vale guide to discover what’s on today, what’s on this weekend, and more things to do in the area this month. Photo by Armando Ascorve Morales on Unsplash

What’s On

Cranfield and Marston Vale Chronicle’s What’s On section lists the entertainment, food, and drink ideas in the surrounding area.

The Cranfield and Marston Vale Chronicle provides content for residents to find things to do in the area as well as curated lists of the best films, food, attractions, art, culture, shopping and nightlife activities.

School holidays are also covered with suggestions for fun or educational activities.

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