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What's it like to live in Biggleswade?

Is there much greenery in the area? Is it a safe area?

Asked on Jan 1 2008, General in Biggleswade | Report content

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  • Comparing the two Shefford would be like a typical medium sized village with quite a few 'locals' (pubs) and a relatively quiet place to be. Biggleswade is a much larger town and although in the day is fine for shops and market, of a Friday evening its not so nice. The schools near Shefford for example Shefford lower and Campton lower get a top score on the Ofsted site but Biggleswade schools are much much larger and not so good. Greenery is eminence!! the drive from Shefford to Biggleswade (you can go on several different roads to achieve this) is just green! there is also Stanford wood and Southill has woods as well.. Its green EVERY WARE here. In fact this whole area spanning at least 10 miles is villages, churches, village pubs and GREEN!

    Answered on Feb 19 2011, Report content
  • Hi, We would suggest that you get in touch with local estate agents in order to get some background about the area. You can search for agents using the ‘find agents’ tab on the top of the Zoopla Page. We hope this helps.

    Answered on Oct 1 2013, Report content
  • Biggleswade is a pleasant, affluent market town with an attractive town centre; good value housing; good schools and amenities and a 30 minute fast train into London King's Cross. We moved here from London over a year ago and think it's great, better travel time to London than zone two. Heartily recommended!

    Answered on Oct 3 2016, Report content

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