Bromham is a traditional English village and civil parish in Bedfordshire, west of the town of Bedford. Bromham Hall, Bromham Park, and Bromham Mill put the village on the map, while Apple Days, Carnivals and activities in the village hall keep residents entertained.
5 Jun 2019 by History of the United Kingdom.
This is an old video of Bromham Village in Bedford, between 1950 – 1960s. Has much changed?
11 Jul 2008 by hhhhistory2010.
This shows the operation of the mill, which in its present form dates from the end of the 18th/beginning 19th century. There have been mills on this site probably since Saxon times and it is next door to a medieval bridge which spans the Great Ouze. This was filmed on my Fuji stills camera so the footage isn’t crystal clear (but it still does the job).
26 Mar 2011 by sleepylagoons.
A walk on the wild side.
28 Jun 2011 by Grant Bartlett.
10 Jul 2011 by mattsmate.
Created on July 10, 2011 using FlipShare.
1 Sep 2011 by LNTV Bedfordshire.
Apple Day At Bromham Mill is held every September. This Is A Reminder Of All The Good Bedfordshire Apple Varieties And A Hunt To Find The Missing Varieties.
15 Apr 2012 by atomiswave1971.
LFR is accessed from Bromham near Bedford. You can see workings of the MML at this location. Mostly Meridians and HST’s. Freight consists of mostly Freightliner 66’s but you do see a few other brand names of 66’s from time to time. A class 60 runs through a few times a week around 16:00-17:00. The bridge supports only farm traffic which turns up approx 1 vehicle an hour. With the aid of binoculars, you can see Bedford Midland Station in the Southern direction. The omission of Meridians was done purposely :).
23 Jun 2012 by FDNY21.
No emergency vehicles. Just something different. Enjoy.
29 Jul 2012 by seandelear.
22 Mar 2013 by Ian John.
Alison & Ellenor Clog Dancing At Bromham Village Hall 8th January 2011.
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