About Bedgrove, Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire
Bedgrove is among the housing estates of the contemporary town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, though it takes its name from a farm and also district that stood in the location until the location was cleared for building in the late 1950s. At the time it was constructed it was the largest housing estate of its kind in the country. The housing estate is on the south side of the community. The farm (as well as connected cottages) was where Pevensey Close now stands. Fix It Fast Plumbers of Aylesbury assist Bedgrove residents with their plumbing problems.
In the 2001 demographics the populace of Bedgrove was 9,171 people.
Also the old town of Caldicot was believed to be situated roughly where Caldicot Close is today, thus the name of the new roadway.
In the middle of Bedgrove, there are two churches, one Church of England called Church of the Holy Spirit, as well as one Roman Catholic Church, called Our Lady of Lourdes. There is additionally a Baptist church in Limes Method.
Bedgrove is served by Bedgrove Infant School, for youngsters aged from three to 7, and also Bedgrove Junior School, for youngsters aged from seven to eleven. Both are structure schools, which each take about 480 students.
On the southside of Bedgrove is Bedgrove Park, a huge area with several football pitches, a neighborhood centre, a play ground made for 2-12 years of age as well as an all-weather pitch developed for youths to play football and also netball.
In the heart of Bedgrove is Jansel Square, which consists of numerous eliminate restaurants (Chinese and also Fish as well as Chips) and many stores including: Co-operative, Sue Ryder Care, Extra Treatment, McCoy’s Fish & Chips, Jade Yard (Chinese Restaurant)William Hill, Tilbury’s Butchers, Martin McColl’s Newsagent (that includes a branch of the Post Office), a gift shop, and a coffee shop called The Coffee Bean. A brand-new Sainsbury’s Regional shop & Domino’s Pizza just recently opened up next to the William Hill bookies, on 28 April 2014, along with a Costa Coffee café next to the Martin’s convenience store.
There is additionally a Club called ‘The Buckinghamshire Yeoman’ in Jansel Square.
The Arriva Shires & Essex ‘Pink Route’ solution 8 to Aylesbury offers Bedgrove Monday-Saturday, at a regularity of as much as every 20 minutes, which runs through Broughton. Stops on this course serve Welbeck Avenue, Cambourne Method, Webcam Mead as well as Long Field. For a Sunday bus solution, Red Rose Traveling runs the 501 solution from Aylesbury to Watford which serves two stops in Bedgrove, on Webcam Mead and also Long Field.
See our page about Southcourt in Aylesbury.