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There is always lots happening at Bedford Creative Arts (BCA), from street art to dance performances, and from airships to screen printing. If it is arts based then we will be there!

With a new year ahead and lots of new and exciting projects lined up, why not sign up to our newsletter to find out what has been happening and what we have in the pipeline? We won’t bombard you, we will simply send a round up once a project is complete and send you information on our new projects so you can attend if you wish.

We are kicking 2022 off with News News News, this is giving school children the opportunity to report the news from Bedford. They will concentrate on stories that are important to them giving us a glimpse into what is important to primary school children.

There will be more community projects and pop up street art, so watch this space, and sign up to our newsletter to find out more!

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