We are often asked seasonal questions which may not be covered in detail on the website, so here are some of the ones people are currently asking.
These will be regularly updated to reflect the most common questions at the time.
Yes. Splash ‘n’ Play and the beach are both open daily from 10am to 3pm and subject to Government guidelines in terms of hygiene and number restrictions.
Whilst we are following all of our obligations in terms of Government guidelines we don’t have the resources to ‘police’ these areas and rely on visitors taking responsibility for themselves and their families to minimise risks.
Please help us to keep this area clean and safe for children by taking your rubbish home with you – Thank you.
The Meadows are one of the floodplains of the River Ouzel and are therefore subject to seasonal flooding. This contributes to the unique characteristics of the meadows and to the plant and animal communities found there. The meadows support a range of plants typical of damp meadows including meadowsweet, cuckoo flower, marsh marigold and yellow iris.
The Water Meadows are carefully managed as a countryside site and as part of this management, cattle grazing encourages the spread of traditional meadow flowers and their associated wildlife.
To view land in Central Bedfordshire and details such as who is responsible for managing it, visit the My Central Beds website and enter the postcode.
For information regarding waterways, in the first instance contact the Canal & Rivers Trust. Different stretches of waterway are managed by different organisations and so the Trust will help identify who you will need to contact depending on the exact location.
At the moment it is closed until further notice with staff working remotely wherever possible. We are endeavouring to maintain services as usual but have no option but to keep the building closed until it is safe to re-open.
If you want to busk you can, but you do need to be prepared to move along if anyone happens to complain. For example, if you are at the entrance to a business and they think it’s impacting their custom.
If you would like to try selling in the High Street, try one of our Start-up Market pitches which are a low-cost way of testing the water, without obligation, to see how successful you might be. Our experienced team can help you with everything you need to know.