Central Bedfordshire


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Central Bedfordshire

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(Placename) a unitary authority of S central England. Pop: 252 100 (2007 est). Area: 712 sq km (275 sq miles)
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The school has a contract with Central Bedfordshire College to offer the courses in Birmingham.
SCHOLARS School System has announced that the contract between itself and Central Bedfordshire College is in order to offer their HNC/HND courses in Birmingham.
It was followed by Cambridgeshire and Central Bedfordshire as the East of England fared best for family, work and life opportunities.
A spokeswoman for Central Bedfordshire Council said: "This terrible news has come as a great shock to everyone who knew Tracy.
The technology park development, approved by Central Bedfordshire Council, is intended to enable more companies to locate on the site, with an emphasis on creating a hub for the automotive engineering and technology sectors.
The DCLG said Leeds is the top hotspot for Help to Buy sales using the equity loan scheme, with Wiltshire, Central Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes and Manchester completing the top five areas.
Jon felt healthy enough to return to work at Central Bedfordshire Council, where he helped rehabilitate expelled schoolkids by finding them work placements.
Recycling bosses at Central Bedfordshire Council have urged couples to abandon the tradition of sending Valentine's Day cards and send 'e-card' to cut down on waste, reports the Telegraph.
Woburn continues to work closely with Central Bedfordshire Council to find a long-term solution for the elephant enclosure.
In the UK, libraries such as Bedford Borough, Central Bedfordshire, Luton Libraries, and LibrariesWest, have chosen Axiell Arena so that, in addition to standard library functions, their customers will be able to use a wide range of Web/Library 2.
David Cameron's party has also seized control of Somerset and Devon county councils from the Lib Dems and the new Central Bedfordshire unitary authority, where Labour failed to win a single seat.
But Labour was pushed into third place in Bristol and failed to win a single seat on the new Central Bedfordshire unitary authority ,with the Tories winning an expected landslide victory.

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