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Manor Court Park

Biggleswade, Bedfordshire

Manor Court Park

Biggleswade, Bedfordshire
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Residential (owned) Residential (owned) (13)
Cats Allowed Cats Allowed
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Part Exchange offered
Super market

Ashwell Village Museum – 4.4 miles
Stotford Mill Preservation Trust – 4.7 miles
Stondon Museum – 6.4 miles
Letchworth Museum & Art Gallery – 7.3 miles
Ashwell Art Gallery – 4.4 miles
Dunton Community Garden Group – 1.6 miles
Swiss Garden – 4.5 miles
Town Centre – 1.9 miles


We would love to welcome you to one of our open days!

These will be held on the 27th & 28th April. Book your appointment via 03301337300 or email [email protected]

Manor Court Park is known for its surrounding beauty, country setting and friendly atmosphere.  With just 16 exclusive homes on the park, it has a very personal feel and the residents take great pride caring for their gardens and ensuring the park looks its best through all seasons of the year.

Located on the edge of Biggleswade in Bedfordshire the park is just a mile from the local village and walking distance from the nearest bus stop. With a local store close by, this park is well positioned for a comfortable and relaxing lifestyle.

Nearby, situated along the A1 between Letchworth and St Neots is the market town of Biggleswade.  The name Biggleswade evolved from the ford across the River Ivel upon which it sits.  The name meant “Biceil’s ford in Saxon times; and “waed” is the Saxon word for a ford.  Although once upon a time there was a medieval castle here, nothing now remains but earthworks and crop marks.  During the early 19th century the town was a bustling inland port, connected to the sea by the Ivel Navigation (canal).

The Great Northern Railway opened in 1850, and Biggleswade was for a time the first and only town in Bedfordshire to have a mainline station.  Biggleswade has a rich history and much of its character comes from buildings that have remained largely unchanged over the years.

The area has a large selection of indoor and outdoor activities.  From the Bedford Corn Exchange, where live shows can be seen through to the Cinescreen cinema where the latest movies are played.  Then there is the R.S.P.B, Lodge Nature Reserve in Sandy and the Willington Dovecote and Stables, (a nesting site for barn owls and kestrels and a great spot for bird-watching).  Along with the general market that is held in the market square each Saturday, there is plenty to keep you busy.

So, if you are looking for a small park which is not overlooked, Manor Court Park is a wonderful place to retire.

Wyldecrest Parks
Dunton Lane,
SG18 8QS
Licensing Authority
Central Bedfordshire Council
Council Tax Band
Minimum Age
These details were last updated on 18th April 2024

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