This is going to be a nice and short one this week because, well, there isn’t much going on! Apart from us heading up to Llandudno to the Community Rail Awards, but you don’t want to be reminded about that.
If you fancy getting your hands a bit dirty, you could attend a Ghost Pottery Workshop at Milton Keynes Theatre on Wednesday. Led by local artist Edith Garcia and in conjunction with MK Gallery why not try your hand at building an item of clay pottery and of course trying out the pottery wheel? It starts at 5pm, costs £25, and tickets can be bought online. The nearest station is Milton Keynes Central, which is just a short bus ride away.
Starting on Friday and including Saturday, this week’s big event is the Bedford Film Festival. With loads of independent films on, and tickets going like wildfire, there is bound to be something to tickle your interest. As the films are taking place at various locations across Bedford, we can’t give you detailed directions to every single one. Have a look at the programme, the location of the film, and see whether Bedford or Bedford St Johns are your best bet.
Heading into Saturday we come to the sporting action of the week, with Milton Keynes Dons at home to Stevenage. Kick off is at 3pm, and tickets can be bought online as always. stadium:MK is within walking distance of Fenny Stratford station.
If you prefer rugby, then Bedford Blues are playing at home to Leeds Carnegie. Head along to Goldington Road for a 3pm kick off, and tickets can be bought online. The ground is within walking distance of Bedford station.