Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is a county in the East of England. It is famous for its large number of villages and small towns spread over rolling hills with expansive vistas of the Northamptonshire countryside.

Bedfordshire has an economy dependent on many different industries such as agriculture, manufacturing, retail, tourism, education and healthcare. It is one of the wealthiest counties in the UK in terms not just of GDP per capita but also average earnings per person.

Bedfordshire is a county in England. Its name means ‘the parting of the river’ – referring to the River Great Ouse, which creates the boundary between Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. It has been termed as “The English Riviera” due to its wide range of sandy beaches, picturesque villages and rolling countryside, with two national parks within its borders.

Bedfordshire is often considered one of the most rural counties in England. Some areas are quite sparsely populated, with many villages still retaining their traditional appearance and some with their own market town centres in smaller population centres.

Although it is one of the most densely populated counties in England, it has a low level of unemployment (3% as per ONS November 2017).

Bedfordshire is a small county in England, with a population of about 1.4 million people and is known for its interesting history, culture, countryside and popular local attractions.

Bedfordshire is a smaller county in England that has an area of about 1.5 if not larger. It was an important area during the Middle Ages as it gave access to London by land and also had many towns that were very prosperous but later declined in the 14th century due to civil war and plague. After this, it became one of the most attractive areas for wealthy people who had left London due to the turmoil surrounding it during this period, taking advantage of its rural location away from other major cities such as York or Oxford.

Bedfordshire is a county in the south-east of England. It is the most populous and second most economically significant county in the East of England.

In 2007, Bedfordshire had an estimated population of 1,095,000 people. The county is one of the richest counties by gross value added per head.

The county of Bedfordshire takes pride in being the birthplace of the first ever knoweldge of the printing press.

The county is well known for its rolling green countryside and is England’s second smallest county. Bedfordshire has a population of just under 1 million people and is home to small towns, large cities, historic country houses and some famous sporting venues.

Bedfordshire, a county in south-central England, is located between the River Thames to the west and the North Sea to the east. The largest town in Bedfordshire is Bedford.

A top quality tourist destination for its countryside and towns, as well as for its spectacular castles and stately homes, Bedfordshire has all it takes to offer visitors a fascinating day out.

Bedfordshire offers something for everyone with a wide range of activities and events to suit all tastes – from family-friendly walks through stunning countryside to fun days out at one of our many superb attractions.