Bedford Happy Day!

26/03/2014

 

Bedford Happy Day!

26/03/2014

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Just a few days left till the Bedford Happy event on Saturday 29 March.  So, what makes Bedfordians happy?  Research from the workshops has shown that there are seven main categories of happiness which are food, shopping, working, exercise, people, nature and culture.

To celebrate your happiness Bedford Happy day will be incorporating as many of your happy activities as we can.

Join the fudge hunt!  There will be 50 bags of Bedford Happy fudge up for grabs, all you have to do is find one of the bright yellow fudge labels to claim your free pack from Arcadia Sweet shop.

Listen out for Bedford Arts Choir who will be popping up around the town singing a tweet or two from Austin Powers.

Keep up to date with all the events by following us on twitter @ #bedfordhappy , find us on facebook or follow the link to Bedford Happy Events

 

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