Bedford Winter Tour (Saturday 10/01/2015)

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Come along to this winter walk in Bedford!

The_River_Great_Ouse_At_BedfordWe will go by bus, car (drivers needed) or taxi to the Old Kempston Mill where we will set off for a walk along the riverbank towards Bedford. There we will enjoy some nice views and will be able to feed the ducks and swans, as well as watch the rowers of Bedfordshire.



Once in town we will meet our guide, who will take us around the city, and will talk to us about the importance of Bedford in English History, and its role in the World War II. We will learn about the intrigues which led to the demolition of the Castle of Bedford, quirky societies such as The Panacea and so many other interesting stories and monuments which will give us a whole new point of view about Bedford.

BedfordCastleModel           river

After the guided tour we can have some refreshments in the centre or wander around the street markets. We will come back to Cranfield on the C1 bus line.


Activity date:  Saturday 10th of January of 2015
Meeting point:  The Café Bookshop (Cranfield University)
Departing time from Cranfield:  10:30
Arriving time to Cranfield (aprox):  18:00
Walk length (Km):  7 Km (aprox)
Club members only?:  No
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Sign-up deadline:  Friday 9th of January at 13.00
Price:  Members: £3 + return bus ticket (£1.5 for Cranfield students)

Non members: £7 + return bus ticket (£1.5 for Cranfield students)

Meal provided?:  No, you can bring sandwiches and snacks and have them during the walk and tour around Bedford.
Gear:  Comfortable clothes and footwear, better hiking boots because the path may be muddy, and waterproof clothing. Always carry suficient water with you.
Other information:  Drivers needed! Please if you drive let us know so that we don’t have to hire taxis.