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Town - Ampthill

Town - Ampthill

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Ampthill Park is much more than a pleasant place to visit, it is a nationally important historic site. Once visited by Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, and later landscaped by Capability Brown, the Park is now home to ancient trees and varied wildlife.

Ampthill is situated in mid-Bedfordshire, approximately 8 miles south of Bedford on the A507.

There are two car parks off the B530 (Woburn Street) at OS Grid TL024382 and TL028382

Feel free to explore the park!

Start Nat GR TL024382

Walk Route: Ampthill

Directions

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Map reference: TL 033381  Lat: 52.03169 Long: -0.49561

A market town in Mid Bedfordshire, about 8 miles south of Bedford on the B530 and 1.5 miles north of Flitwick, on the junction of the A5120 and A507.

Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Flitwick station