Blunham is located where the red cross is on the map (on the left). Click on the red cross to get a closer view of Blunham's location.
And a powerful search engine for UK listed telephone numbers, click on the telephone box (on the right).
|And...if you'd like to see another North Bedfordshire village, then pop along to OAKLEY Nice village - nice website !|
|Alan Dansey of Dunton (near Biggleswade), has created a great local site covering the 3 local counties of Beds, Herts and Bucks, called OUT AND ABOUT, in co-operation with John Pilgrim of BBC Radio Bedfordshire, whose programme "Out & About" was broadcast from Blunham a few months ago...featuring guess who ???|
Martin Edwards has created a webpage that gives individual information on all the names that appear on the Blunham village War Memorials (both outside and inside Blunham church). |
Who were they ?
Where were they serving ?
Click on the image (left) to visit his superb Bedfordshire Genealogy website.
|Iain Morrison has created a website about nearby Everton village with news and views. Click on the photo to visit his site. Also, Bernard O'Connor has written up a fully researched history of Everton village, which can be linked to from that website.|
|Seeing as we thumped 'em three times this year at cricket, it's only right that I provide a link to HENLOW's village website that Steve Buckley has (very professionally) created on behalf of the Henlow Parish Council. Lovely village and a very useful website.(Click on the image to visit Henlow)|
|Sandy is the nearest town to Blunham, and a good website that tells you all about the town, it's history and services is at SANDY TOWN WEBSITE|
|The BBC has a local presence in the 3 counties of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire and their wesbite can be found by clicking on the BBCi logo (on the left). Lots of local news and events.|
|A village pretty close to us is Cople, and a very informative website about that pretty little village can be found at the COPLE WEBSITE|
|If you are interested in genealogy, then by clicking on the GENUKI logo (on the left) you will be taken to a useful site. The Yorkshire GENUKI webpages are maintained by Colin Hinson (also in Blunham) and he has his own Blunham Page with many more photos (old and new)of the village.|
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