The Prince of Wales will meet local watercolour artists, schoolchildren and lacemakers at The Higgins Bedford, community groups at St Paul's Church and factory workers at Jordans Mill.
The Prince has also been invited to unveil a memorial to the women agents from WWII in Tempsford. Organisers have planned for a flypast from the only remaining Lysander in the UK, the aircraft which flew many of the agents into occupied Europe.
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