Millers Court is a pretty development with quiet open plan communal gardens between apartment buildings. This is an inclusive community and residents arrange activities including coffee mornings, suppers and music afternoons.
There are 42 one and two bed apartments and a guest room for visiting friends and family for residents. You won’t have to worry about buildings and grounds maintenance or repairs as an on-site manager looks after these points, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
Biggleswade is a market town with a bustling High Street with branded stores. There is a twice weekly market and a monthly farmers market selling meat, vegetables, jams and cakes. At the Saxon Pool and Leisure Centre there is an 8 lane 25 metre swimming pool. The John O’Gaunt Golf Club is a few miles outside the town. The Swiss Garden in Old Warden Park was created in the early 19th century, with additions by the Shuttleworth family.
Out and about
Jordans Mill is a new venue with a cafe, historic water mill, landscaped gardens and shop and conference facilities located just outside Biggleswade. It offers freshly made locally sourced food, tours of the historic mill and gardens and a sunny decked veranda overlooking the Ivel River. Nearby is the Shuttleworth Collection of vintage aeroplanes, sometimes referred to as Biggleswade Airfield. The Birds of Prey Centre is located in Old Warden Park in the town.
The town lies on the B1040, which leads to Potton to the north and the A6001 (a section is the former A1), which leads to Langford and Henlow to the south. It is about 40 miles north of Central London and 20 miles west-south-west of Cambridge. The fastest train to London, King's Cross, takes 35 minutes, while a car journey to central Cambridge takes about 35 minutes. Local buses run to Sandy, Letchworth Garden City, St Neots and Bedford.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.01 miles
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Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles