Living in Bedford, England:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bedford, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Bedford what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Bedford is an historic market town 60 miles from London. It is twinned with Bamberg in Germany. The river Ouse flows through the centre of the town and the embankment area is particularly nice for walks, especially in the evening. Bedford also has football team and a very good rugby team.

Oliver, says: 2020

Bedford is a town in East Anglia, near to Luton and Milton Keynes. There are fantastic transport links to London via the train. You can be in Central London within 45 minutes. Bedford is small, but it’s home to a multicultural and vibrant community, with beautiful green spaces and historic buildings.

If someone were moving here, it is important that they know about the multitude of different characters they will meet. My city is very diverse with many and unique personalities. Therefore, they should not be alarmed if they spot a woman in a bright pink dress with a bird on her head.

Bedford is a growing town with a diverse population; with other cultures building our community. There is a plethora of amenities and picturesque landscapes for all to enjoy. The town offers entertainment for young and old. Everyone is welcome in our multicultural, peaceful town.

Bedford is an historic market town in South East England and a popular home for professionals who wish to work in London on account of its easy train links to the capital. In addition to its proximity to London, Bedford is an attractive place to live due to its setting beside the River Great Ouse, which provides respite from the stress of city life. Furthermore, house prices and other costs of living are comparatively low.

Miriam, says: 2020

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