Cable Tow Wakeboarding Introduction (Box End Park)

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Wakeboarding school:Cable Tow Wakeboarding Introduction
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The Wakeboarding School

What should we know?

Name in local script:Cable Tow Wakeboarding Introduction
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Environment type:field, grass, woods
Location type:rural, town, village
 
Minimum age:10+
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What can we see or do there?

Activities:kneeboarding, wakeboarding
Events:
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Services:conferences, functions, restaurant, weddings
Shops:ice creams, snacks

How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Service type:Cost:
2-hour introductionGBP39
2-hour cableGBP25
 
Extras:Average Cost:
wakeboard (1 hour)GBP8
wetsuit (1 hour)GBP2
 
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Day:Opens:Closes:
everyday9am6pm
 
High season:June, July, August
Low season:November, December, January, February
Usually closed:
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
Website:
Telephone:01234 846 222
Postal address:Box End Park, Box End, MK43 8RQ, ,
Fax:
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Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00, UTC+01:00
Country calling code:44

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
Address:, Box End, MK43 8RQ
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Top Descriptions

This two-hour introduction is a great (and necessary) starter to your new life as a wakeboarder. Expect to have your helmet, lifejacket, kneeboard and ‘easy-up’ board included in the GBP39 price. After a short safety video, a bit of practising on the grass, and three successful laps on the kneeboards, you’ll be ready to stand up and give the real thing a go. Just don’t let yourself get annoyed by the queues; this is a popular activity on a lovely day.- Daniel
 
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Top Tips

Wakeboarding is a lot more tiring at first then you’d expect. The cable tow is faster than it looks, and it tugs you quite hard – so be prepared to ache pretty much all over for the next few days.
Don’t give up if you fall in straight away the first few times. Many first-timers do! Just listen to the advice of the staff and try, try and try again until you get it. Also, it’s considered bad etiquette to laugh at those that do fall in – as much as you might want to ;-).
Don’t accept a broken board, even if the staff tell you that it’s fine. You’ll really struggle to get up at first, especially with a broken ‘easy-up’ board – which are heavier and more cumbersome anyway.
If you see someone fall in near to the start, help them get their board up the steps. It’s really difficult to do so on your own.
 
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Cable Tow Wakeboarding Introduction Forum

Box End Park

Water park:Box End Park
Location: > > > Kempston
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The Water Park

What should we know?

Name in local script:Box End Park
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Minimum age:6+ (Aqua Park), 10+
 
Environment type:field, grass, woods
Location type:rural, town, village

What can we see or do there?

Activities:Aqua Park,
Attractions:
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Services:conferences, functions, restaurant, weddings
Shops:ice creams, snacks

How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
Aqua Park (1 hour)GBP15
GBP39
 
Extras:Average Cost:
wakeboard (1 hour)GBP8
wetsuit (1 hour)GBP5

When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:2 hours, 30 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
everyday9am6pm
 
Busiest day(s):Saturdays
High season:June, July, August
Low season:November, December, January, February
Usually closed:
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
Website:
Telephone:01234 846 222
Postal address:Box End Park, Box End, MK43 8RQ, ,
Fax:
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Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00, UTC+01:00
Country calling code:44

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What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:41m
Capacity:
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Size:100 acres

Top Descriptions

Box End Park has developed very positively as a family run business over the years, especially more recently due to the introduction of a man-made lake, function room and restaurant. On a clear day, paddling in the water, jumping into the Aqua Park or attempting the more strenuous are all fun activities, and this is a great place to bring the family. It’s not cheap, however, so perhaps save this one for a special occasion. – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

Children must be accompanied by an adult on the Aqua Park, making the £15 an hour entrance fee quite steep. The children love it though, so this would be a good idea for a birthday party or special event.
While this park is best explored during a sunny day, it can get quite busy during the good weather. The lakes aren’t particularly deep and so they don’t get too cold, so you might want to consider coming here during the off season if you prefer things quieter.
This is one of the better wakeboarding parks in , with some great ramps and rails to try out. The two-hour is great value for money, and a good introduction to how fun and strenuous this sport is!
 
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Kempston 10km Run (Route 1)

Jog:Kempston 10km Run (Route 1)
Location: > > > Kempston
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The Jog

What should we know?

Environment type:field, grass, river
Location type:rural, town
 
Animals:
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Birds:crows

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
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Start location:end of Mill Lane
End location:end of Mill Lane
 
Route:Cross the bridge at the end of Mill Lane and then take an immediate left following the river. Keep following as close to the river as you can. The path might be a bit overgrown, but there’s definitely one there. You will pass under a bridge and then eventually come to the end of the field where the track will loop back on the other side of that field. Follow that track until you are opposite the Mill Lane bridge again.
 
(continued)On your left, you will see a small wooden arched bridge taking you into another field facing the Great Denham housing estate. Take the immediate right through a gate that takes you into the adjacent field and then take the immediate left and follow this path for a little while. After 10 or so minutes you will near a lake/river and then you will have to take another left back into the main field heading towards the housing estate. This path will run out when you reach the buildings, at which point you can turn around and return back the way you came.

What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:60m
Distance:10km

When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:50 minutes
Busiest day(s):Saturday

Top Descriptions

This is a pleasant and quiet 10km jogging route that takes you away from the traffic and people and through the fields of Kempston and Great Denham. – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

Watch out for stinging nettles. The paths can get a little overgrown, and if you’re running in shorts you’ll soon find out when you’ve gone a little off path.
There can be a good few flies here on a hot day, so try to keep your mouth closed!
There are no shops on this route, so bring water along if you think you’ll need it.
 
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Kempston 10km Run (Route 1) Forum

Kempston Riverside Path

Walk:Kempston Riverside Path
Location: > > > Kempston
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The Walk

What should we know?

Name in local script:Kempston Riverside Path
Also known as:
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Environment type:field, river, woods
Location type:rural, town

What can we see or do there?

Attractions:
 
Services:dog bins
Shops:
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Animals:squirrels
Birds:
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How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
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Extras:Average Cost:
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:1 hour, 5 minutes
 
High season:June, July, August
Low season:
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Website:
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Telephone:
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Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00,UTC+01:00
Country calling code:44

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
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Start location:Mill Lane
End location:Sanders Close, Hillgrounds Road
 
Transportation type:
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What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:81m
Distance:1.3km

Top Descriptions

This is a short but shady and pleasant walk along the river running roughly parallel with Hillgrounds road. – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

Although the path officially ends at Sanders Close, it’s possible to follow the river all the way into town centre. It should take you about 45 minutes one way.
This is a good place to walk the dog, especially if you like to take them off the lead – although it’s not recommended to walk down here after dark.
For cars, there’s a small free parking area just off Mill Lane.
 
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Danger (humans)
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Early start
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Equipment (hiking)
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Kempston Riverside Path Forum

Bedford River (Great Ouse)

River:Bedford River
Location: > >
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The River

What should we know?

Name in local script:Bedford River
Also known as:The River
 
Tour operator(s):
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Port:
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Environment type:field, lake, meadow, river, stream
Location type:town, urban, village

What can we see or do there?

Activities:boating
Attractions:
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Events:Bedford River Festival
 
Services:
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Animals:squirrels
Birds:ducks, geese, swans

How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Extras:Average Cost:
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:45 minutes

How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Telephone:01234 718 112
 
Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00, UTC+01:00
Country calling code:44

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
Geographical feature:River Great Ouse
 
Transportation type:
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What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:sea level to 100m
Depth:
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Length:230km

Top Descriptions

wouldn’t be quite the same without its centrepiece river, the Great Ouse. It divides the town in two and offers ample opportunities for pleasant strolling and outdoor activities. – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

If it’s a sunny day, consider starting at the and heading east along the river. It’s a pleasant 45-minute walk until you get to the cinema complex, and you can always stop along the way for an ice cream!
There is plenty of picnic space along the river, so pack up some food and head out. And if it rains – as it often does – just look for one of the handy bandstands that are dotted about.
As picturesque as the river may be, it’s not recommended to swim in it. Bodies do get found on occasion, while trolleys also get dumped here with a little more regularity. You should probably not also walk along the river at night, especially alone.
 
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Recommendation
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Hassle
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Hawkers
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Insects
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Mosquitoes
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Unwanted attention
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Nudity
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Sunbathing
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Awe
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Evocativeness
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Interactivity
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Memorability
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Recommendation
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Returnability
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Tour groups
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Tourists
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Socialising
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Human factor
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Peacefulness
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Pollution
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Awe
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Beauty
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Drought
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Flood
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Snow
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Discounts
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Foreigner pricing
1
Haggle factor
1
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1
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Price inflation
1
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1
Danger (humans)
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Robbery
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Strong currents
1
Equipment (hiking)
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
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1
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Security
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Cleanliness
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Maintenance

Bedford River (Great Ouse) Forum

Silver Faces Sculpture

Landmark:Silver Faces Sculpture
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The Landmark

What should we know?

Name in local script:Silver Faces Sculpture
Also known as:Reflections of Bedford, The Eyesore
 
Environment type:
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Location type:square, town, urban

What can we see or do there?

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How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
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Extras:Average Cost:
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:5 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
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How can we get in contact?

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Postal address:Silver Faces Sculpture, Silver Street, ,
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Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00, UTC01:00
Country calling code:44

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
Address:Silver Street
 
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What are the numbers and averages?

Height:10 to 15m
Length:5 to 10m
Altitude:85m

Top Descriptions

Costing only GBP100,000, this futuristic sculpture is still waiting for the rest of to modernise around it. Perhaps one day it will be in keeping, but for now it’s rather incongruous with its surroundings. The papers called it an eyesore, but what do you think? – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

This would be a great place for a selfie, especially when the sculpture is pleasantly lit up at night. This isn’t, however, the safest place around to go flashing your phone – especially on a Friday or Saturday.
 
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Reviews & Amenities

2
Amount
2
Costs
2
Modernity
2
Quality
2
Recommendation
2
Size
1
Speed of service
2
Value for money
2
Variety
2
Architectural interest
2
Awe
2
Creativity
2
Decoration
2
Preservation
2
Age
2
Historical interest
2
Historical significance
2
Need for background knowledge
1
English information
1
Multilingual information
2
Need for English
2
Amount
2
Friendliness
2
Helpfulness
2
Contactability
1
Quality
2
Response time (online)
2
Response time (phone)
2
Amount
2
Captivation
2
Interactivity
2
Recommendation
2
Safety
2
Beggars
2
Hassle
2
Hawkers
2
Insects
2
Mosquitoes
2
Unwanted attention
2
Authenticity
2
Captivation
2
Evocativeness
2
Memorability
2
Need for maintenance
2
Originality
2
Quality
2
Recommendation
1
Backpackers
2
Congestion
2
Popularity
1
Tourists
2
Air quality
2
Altitude
2
Human factor
2
Peacefulness
2
Pollution
2
Variation in terrain
2
Variation in topography
2
Awe
2
Beauty
2
Panorama
2
Changeability
1
Drought
1
Flood
2
Humidity
2
Rain
2
Snow
2
Temperature
2
Wind
2
Accessibility (car)
2
Accessibility (disabled)
2
Accessibility (foot)
2
Accessibility (public transport)
2
Cyclepaths
2
Footpaths
2
Location factor
2
Danger (humans)
2
Robbery
2
Amount
1
Multilingual
2
Quality
2
Ability to take photos
2
Photogenic factor
2
Safety
2
Security
2
Cleanliness
2
Maintenance
2
Modernity
2
Time needed

Silver Faces Sculpture Forum

Riverside North Bridge

Bridge:Riverside North Bridge
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The Bridge

What should we know?

Name in local script:Riverside North Bridge
Also known as:The Eyesore
 
Environment type:park, river
Location type:town, urban

What can we see or do there?

Services:
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Animals:squirrels
Birds:ducks, geese, swans

How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:5 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00, UTC+01:00
Country calling code:44

How can we get there?

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What are the numbers and averages?

Height:15 to 20m
Length:40 to 50m

Top Descriptions

The papers are calling it The Eyesore, but it’s just a modern pedestrian bridge linking the new Riverside North complex. On a nice day it can even look fairly pretty. What do you think? – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

As a pedestrian, this should be a popular alternative to the main bridge a few hundred metres east.
If you have children, this might be a nice quiet spot from which to feed the ducks.
Don’t even attempt to drive over this; it’s just not going to happen. A bicycle maybe. Walking, no problem.
 
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Reviews & Amenities

1
Architectural interest
1
Awe
1
Decoration
1
Age
1
Historical interest
1
Historical significance
0
Preservation
0
Restoration
0
English information
0
Multilingual information
1
Need for English
1
Amount
1
Friendliness
1
Experience needed
1
Risk
1
Amount
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
1
Beggars
1
Hassle
1
Hawkers
1
Insects
1
Mosquitoes
1
Unwanted attention
1
Picnicking
1
Sunbathing
1
Swimming
1
Awe
1
Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Congestion
1
Popularity
1
Tourists
1
Air quality
1
Altitude
1
Human factor
1
Peacefulness
1
Pollution
1
Variation in terrain
1
Variation in topography
1
Awe
1
Beauty
1
Panorama
1
Changeability
0
Drought
0
Flood
1
Humidity
1
Rain
1
Snow
1
Temperature
1
Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
0
Fishing factor
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
1
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
1
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Cyclepaths
1
Footpaths
0
Signs
1
Danger (general)
1
Danger (humans)
1
Robbery
0
Amount
0
Multilingual
0
Quality
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Ability to take photos
1
Photogenic factor
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Modernity

Riverside North Bridge Forum

Priory Country Park

Town park:Priory Country Park
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The Town Park

What should we know?

Name in local script:Priory Country Park
Also known as:Priory Marina
 
Environment type:field, lake, meadow, woods
Location type:rural, town

What can we see or do there?

Activities:boating, dog walking, fishing, swimming
Attractions:Priory Marina
Events:
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Animals:dogs, squirrels
Birds:ducks, geese, swans

How much will it cost us?

Currency:British Pound (GBP)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
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Extras:Average Cost:
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:1 hour, 25 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
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Temporarily closed:
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Telephone:01234 718 012
 
Language(s):English
Timezone:UTC+00:00, UTC+01:00
Country calling code:44

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
Address:Barkers Lane, Bedford MK41
 
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What are the numbers and averages?

Size:300 acres
Altitude:85m

Top Descriptions

When the weather clears, Priory Country Park is a popular spot for dog walkers and sunbathers alike. With a large enough expanse of fields, meadows and lakes just on the edge of , it is easy enough to see why. – Daniel
 
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Top Tips

This is a great place to come to walk your dog, especially if you’re looking for somewhere to take them off their lead.
If it’s a sunny day, there’s a pleasant beer garden at the .
Though extortionately priced nowadays, an ice cream from the ice cream van on the north side of the lake is a pretty mandatory experience.
 
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Amount
1
Attention to detail
1
Cleanliness
1
Costs
1
Modernity
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Size
1
Amount
1
Costs
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Size
1
Value for money
1
Amount
1
Cleanliness
1
Costs
1
Modernity
1
Noise
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Size
2
Speed of service
1
Value for money
1
Variety
1
Creativity
1
Decoration
1
Age
1
Historical interest
0
Historical significance
0
Preservation
1
English information
1
Multilingual information
1
Need for English
1
Aggression
1
Amount
1
Friendliness
1
Helpfulness
1
Intoxication
1
Comfort
1
Peacefulness
1
Ascent
1
Descent
1
Risk
1
Amount
1
Entertainment
1
General costs
1
Interactivity
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
1
Value for money
1
Ability to cook
1
Ability to explore
1
Freedom
1
Tolerance (affection)
1
Tolerance (drugs)
0
Tolerance (LGBT)
1
Beggars
1
Hassle
1
Hawkers
1
Insects
1
Mosquitoes
1
Noise
1
Unwanted attention
1
Nudity
1
Picnicking
1
Sunbathing
1
Entertainment
1
Interactivity
1
Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
1
Originality
1
Quality
2
Recommendation
1
Returnability
1
Backpackers
1
Congestion
1
Popularity
1
Tour groups
1
Tourists
0
Partying
1
Socialising
1
Air quality
1
Altitude
1
Eco-friendliness
1
Peacefulness
1
Pollution
1
Variation in terrain
1
Variation in topography
1
Awe
1
Beauty
1
Panorama
0
Stargazing
1
Changeability
0
Drought
0
Flood
1
Humidity
1
Rain
0
Snow
1
Temperature
1
Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
0
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
0
Accessibility (public transport)
0
Cyclepaths
1
Disorientation factor
1
Footpaths
1
Signs
1
Trails
1
Foreigner pricing
1
Haggle factor
1
Hidden costs
0
Obvious pricing
1
Price inflation
1
Ticket costs
1
Tipping factor
1
Value for money
1
Danger (humans)
1
Robbery
1
Wild dogs
1
Amount
0
Captivation
1
Multilingual
1
Quality
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Access to cash machines
1
By card (credit)
1
By card (debit)
1
In foreign currency
1
Ability to take photos
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Modernity
1
Time needed
1
Walking time

Priory Country Park Forum