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Footfall increase shows Bedford town centre is 'thriving'

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FILE PICTURE - Prince William in his East Anglian Air Ambulance in Wisbech Park, Cambs.  July 16, 2015. See MASONS story MNLETTER: Prince William has penned a heartwarming letter thanking his colleagues at the East Anglian Air Ambulance as he clocks off on his final shift. The Duke of Cambridge leaves his role as a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance today (thu) after two years of service. As he departs to begin full time Royal duties, he sent a letter to a local newspaper telling of his pride at doing the job with the charity. In the letter, Prince William said his two years in the role had exposed him to 'moments of extreme emotion' and he promised to continue to support emergency services staff after his time with the charity is up.

Pilot William signs off after two years air ambulance duty

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Bedfordshire Police says it has been taking a more 'proactive' approach to recruitment

Bedfordshire Police second highest recruiter of BME officers in country

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Bald lies catch out blue badge fraud

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Diabetes care receives £470,000 of funding for Bedfordshire NHS programme

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Homophobic attack in Bedford leaves man in hospital

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Perfect job is a 4 day, 24 hour week - with free fruit

Offbeat
Mick Sharp

Recording contract for Bedford singer songwriter

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Adam Holbrook

Cycle ride to coast in brother’s memory

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Recent Ampthill action.

T20 triumph for Ampthill

Sport
Ampthill claim a wicket against Luton Town & Indians on Sunday

A’s derby day was damp squib

Sport

Eagles hammer five past United

Football

WATCH: Dramatic moment drag racing car is engulfed in flames at Northamptonshire’s Santa Pod race track

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Kettleborough hits ton but Beds slip to Lincs loss

Sport

Blythman ton is not enough for Bedford

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The Hoosiers

Hoosiers head out on 27-date tour to celebrate debut album

Music
Twelfth Night characters Sir Tony Belch and Andrew Aguecheek. Picture: Christopher Bonwell

Ever-popular Shakespeare comedy comes to Harlington Manor

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Durdle Door in Dorset

Travel: Adventure swimming in Britain

Lifestyle
The luxury Rocky Mountaineer train operates in western Canada.

Travel: Riding the Rocky Mountaineer in western Canada

Lifestyle
Historic image of Ampthill town centre

Bedfordshire’s first ‘micro museum’ to open in Ampthill

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