La Passeggiata

04/08/2015

 

La Passeggiata

04/08/2015

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Laura Pottinger brought ‘la passeggiata’ to Bedford town centre.

This is the Italian tradition of taking a very slow stroll through the town before dinner. 

Bedfordian’s got dressed up and went for a slow stroll through the streets of Bedford, stopped for an aperitif or an ice cream, gossiped and flirted and met with friends and neighbours.

Cafe’s involved were ;

La Piazza open until 8pm
Gallone’s Ice Cream Parlour open until 8pm
Window at Pavilion in the Park open until 6pm Kiosk in the Park are open until 6pm 
Puddin’ Club open until 10.30pm
D’parys open until to 11pm
The Embankment open until to 11pm
Coffee with Art 

5-8pm Friday 21st & 28th August.

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