Visit Bromham!

 

Bromham in Bedfordshire is a beautiful village located 4 miles to the west of Bedford. It has a population of 5000 and has a perimeter of 9.7 miles. In Bromham we are very fortunate to have a number of lovely sites to view history and nature – some of which are listed and of scientific interest.

 

Follow the links in this section to find out more about the various sites around Bromham and click the link to go to the Map of Bromham to find out where they are.   On the map are brief details of sights to see around the year although the timings can change with the weather!

 

Click here to view the Definitive map for Bromham Parish.

 

If you want to find out more and/or join in the work of studying and developing these areas please click Conservation and Nature groups in Bromham for a list and contact details.

 

Bedford Borough Council Rights of Way - Bromham

 

Click here to see a map of public rights of way in Bromham.  These rights of ways are cut by Bedford Borough Council twice per year.  If you know of any problems on our PRoWs please report to the Highways Helpdesk, Bedford Borough Council - highwayshelpdesk@bedford.gov.uk.

 

Click here to view Bedfordshire promoted walks. 

 

There are a number of walks around Bromham - visit www.discoveringbritain.org to download the written or audio about the 3.5 mile walk around Bromham free of charge. 

Bromham - An insignificant English parish?

A brand new walk by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)around the village of Bromham

Download the written or audio 3.5 mile walk around Bromham free of charge from www.discoveringbritain.org

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Places of interest and walks in Bromham: