Old Tudor Town Hall Sandy

Tudor Style Hall, Sandy © TAB

Originally a Roman settlement, the rich soil deposited by the River Ivel, a tributary of the Ouse, has made the town of Sandy a thriving market-gardening centre since the early 17th century.

The oldest and most interesting buildings are located along the High Street, including a few old timber-framed buildings. The most unusual building is a large mock tudor Town Hall, circa 1906, which has never really been used as a town hall. Although its only a small village it does have its own Tourist Information Centre, located just behind the car park, off the High Street opposite the Anglican Parish church (dedicated to St Swithun).

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Attractions in Sandy


The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has a 104 acre reserve 1 mile east of Sandy, on the Potton road.

Map of Sandy

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Towns and Villages in Bedfordshire

Ampthill, Bedford, Biggleswade, Dunstable, Elstow, Luton, Leighton Buzzard, Sandy, Woburn

Attractions in Bedfordshire

Please note that the museums, historic houses and attractions listed on this site may be currently closed due to Government Guidelines. Please check the attraction's own website for details of closure/opening times.


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