We regret to inform you that, due to the Coronavirus, we are cancelling our guided walks until further notice.
Our first walk was due to be on Sunday 5 April. Naturally, we do not know how long walks will be cancelled for, but please do check back on our website or Facebook page for updates. Thank you for understanding.
Walk with the Tour Guides to learn about...
- The time when Bedford was a frontier town at the edge of Viking badlands
- Falkes de Breaute, the wicked Sheriff of Bedford, whose 9 years of tyranny were ended in 1224 by King Henry III and led to the destruction of the town’s Norman castle
- Bedford’s own Dick Whittington – William Harpur by name – who became Lord Mayor of London in 1561 and with his new found wealth endowed Bedford’s Grammar School giving rise to today’s Harpur Trust
- John Bunyan – where he lived, the streets he walked and the gaol where he wrote The Pilgrim’s Progress
- The Ark, a house owned by the Panacea Society and kept in readiness for The Messiah on his second coming
- The day Glen Miller set off from a Bedford airfield never to be seen again
- Notorious criminals, places of public execution and a reforming prison governor
- Anglo-Indian Bedford