Milton Keynes College is located in Southern England and operates out of three campuses. The College currently enrolls over 33,500 students. It offers a wide range of programs such as Accountancy, Beauty & Holistic Therapy, Engineering & Motor Vehicle, Hairdressing, Leisure, Travel and Tourism, Construction, Performing Arts, Psychology and Criminal Behavior, Business and Management, Sports Science and Public Services, Hotel Catering and Hospitality, GCSE, Retail, English for International Students, A Levels, Childcare, Art and Design, and Floristry.
Club formed in 1889 (as Wimbledon Old Centrals FC) or 2004 (as Milton Keynes Dons). During the 2003/2004 season, the club was being manged by the Administrators and many of the team's best players were being sold off. At the end of a very poor season, the club were relegated to League One (the new name for the Second Division). During the summer of 2003, Winkleman helped finance the National Hockey Stadium's conversion for football. In September 2003, Wimbledon F.C. moved into the National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes. By spring of 2004, Winkleman bought (or had to buy, to save his investments to date) the business out of bankruptcy.
At the home of the FORMULA1(tm) Foster's British Grand Prix, Silverstone is recognised as the Home of British Motor Racing. Silverstone stages some of the largest international and domestic motorsport series in the world, including rounds of the British Touring Car Championship, the British Superbike Championship and World Superbikes. Silverstone offers a variety of event and corporate facilities, including driving experiences, track days, hospitality opportunities, and the Silverstone Motorsport Academy - the UK's leading race tuition and driver coaching centre. Silverstone also offer a range of driving experience gifts.
Northampton Town Football Club is a football team in Northampton, England. The club was formed in 1897 by a group of teachers and is nicknamed The Cobblers. Their first game was against Earls Barton United (EBU) on 18th September 1897. The final score Cobblers 4 - EBU 1. They are currently in Football League Two, and play their trade at the Sixfields Stadium since moving from the County Ground in October 1994. They usually play in Claret and White, and the Cobblers' main rivals are Peterborough United.
At Woburn Safari Park Visitors drive their cars through the animal enclosures which gives visitors the opportunity to view the animals at close quarters and come face to face with the Rhino, Eland, Scimitar Horned Oryx (Antelope), Giraffe, Ankole, Zebra, Elephant, Camel, Bison, Ostrich, Bongo (Antelope), Lion, Tiger, Wolves and Black Bear. There are five adventure playgrounds for children with opportunities for hands on experiences. Animal talks and demonstrations take place throughout the day. Woburn Safari Park is approximately one hours drive from London, Oxford, Cambridge, Stratford, Birmingham and Leicester. Take exit 13 off the M1 motorway, or leave the A5 at Hockliffe for the A4012.
The new Bedfordshire Golf Club was opened by Laura Davies C.B.E. on Saturday September 30th 2000, and provides a facility that caters for everyone who is interested in the game. This new complex is less than 2 miles from the old course and is situated just outside Stagsden village, off the A422 Bedford - Milton Keynes Road, about 3 miles west of Bedford. The facility offers:An 18 hole Championship golf course (6,565 yards, Par 70, SSS 72), A 9 hole Academy course. A 24 bay driving range. A Clubhouse with Spike Bar, changing facilities, members' lounge and dining room, committee rooms and a function suite that will cater for 120 persons.
Waddesdon manor was built between 1874 and 1889 in the style of a 16th-century French chateau for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to entertain his guests and display his vast collection of art treasures. It houses an extraordinary assemblage of French 18th-century decorative arts to rank in importance with the Metropolitan Museum, New York and the Louvre in Paris. Outstanding paintings include portraits by Gainsborough and Reynolds and works by Dutch and Flemish masters of the 17th-century. Waddesdon has one of the finest Victorian gardens in Britain and is renowned for its seasonal displays. A Rococo-style aviary houses a splendid collection of exotic birds and vintage Rothschild wines are found in the wine cellars. This property is owned by The National Trust.
Our undulating golf course (established in 1980) nestles in a mature and scenic woodland setting, near the attractive hamlet of Millbrook, in one of the most beautiful parts of Bedfordshire.The 7000+ yard layout presents challenges for all golfers, with every hole providing a different test of length, line, touch and feel. The Millbrook became a member-owned club in 2002 and since then an impressive list of course and clubhouse enhancements have taken place. Members, visitors, societies, corporate bodies and business partners, are made especially welcome at The Millbrook and enjoy a unique combination of good value and warm hospitality.
Welcome to the Bedford College website, which has everything you will need to be able to make an informed choice about your training and education.Whether you are leaving school, an international student, interested in degree-level courses, want to study part-time to improve your job prospects, or would just like to take up a new activity, we want you to understand what it is that makes Bedford College such a great place to study. Read our student profiles, watch our student vodcasts and find out about all of the different subjects we offer.
Bletchley Park, Home of the WW2 Codebreakers, was once Britain's best kept secret and is now a vibrant heritage attraction open daily to visitors to learn how the Codebreakers' breath-taking achievements helped shorten WW2 by up to two years.