LetsGo! is supported by the following organisations - 

The Forest of Marston Vale
(Registered Charity No. 1069229) are planting trees and using woodlands to make life better for the people and wildlife of the Marston Vale. Click here for more details.

Over their 61 square mile area, they have 13 woodlands that are accessible by foot, bike and horse, 24/7, 365 days a year.

Trees make life better.



There are over 980 kilometres of Public Rights of Way in the Bedford Borough area, linking towns and villages to the diverse countryside and landscape of the Borough.

Click here for further information about the PRoW network including maps, temporary closures, public path orders and Parks.


The Bedford Borough Definitive Map and Statement are the legal records of all the county's public rights of way (footpaths, bridleways, restricted byways and byways open to all traffic).

The Map shows the routes of public rights of way and their status for the whole Borough. Consideration is being given to also producing the DM on a Parish by Parish basis which will allow on line access - click here for the Wootton Parish. 






Central Bedfordshire Council have over 1000 hectares of countryside which they manage for public access and wildlife. The sites are managed in-house by their Countryside Sites Team, or in partnership with the National Trust, Greensand Trust and Wildlife Trust.
There are woodlands, meadows, wetlands, chalk grasslands and moors. Walking, wildlife or exploring, there really is something for everyone. 

Click here for more details.

Luton Borough Council

encourage Walking and Cycling through their Responsible Travel department.              Click here for more details.


Luton has a variety of parks ranging from district park, neighbourhood park, local open space and leisure gardens.       
Click over the Park below for more details.

Brantwood Park
History of The Memorial Park
Kidney Wood
Stockwood Park
Wardown Park