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Sutton is located just off  the B1040, between Biggleswade and Potton. The  village is divided in two by a ford, the older part lying beyond as you approach  from the main road. Pedestrians cross the ford by means of an ancient pack horse  bridge, which is in a good state of preservation. The church (All Saints) and  old rectory (private), overlook the ford. Sutton no longer has its village shop  and post office - this closed down in the mid eighties. However, there is still  a pub - the "John O'Gaunt" (01767 260377), which serves snacks & meals.  There is also a riding school and livery stables at Manor Farm, run by Jenny  Rickwood (Contact: 01767 260240)

[Airship Association] [Ashwell Village Museum]
[Baldock Museum] [Bird of Prey] [Boxmoor Arts]
[Bedford Museum] [Bedford Oasis] [Bedford Park] [Dunstable Downs]
[Elstowmoot Hall] [Embankment Gardens] [First Garden City Museum]
[Forrest Centre] [Greensand] [The Gallery] [Hatchwood Karting]
[Hitchin Swimming] [Image Gallery] [John Bunyan Museum] [John Dony Field Centre]
[John O'gaunt] [Kempston Pool] [Kingfisher Way] [Knebworth House]
[Leighton Lady Cruisers] [Letchworth Museum] [Luton Museum]
[London Gliding Club] [Megabowl] [North Herts Leisure Centre]
[Old Warden] [Priory Country Park]
[Robinson Pool] [Royal Society for Birds] [Sundonhills]
[Shortmead] [St Mary's Church] [Sutton]
[Shuttleworth] [Stockgrove Country Park] [Swiss Garden]
[Shopping] [Super Karting] [St Albans Cathedral] [Standalone Farm]
[London Transport Museum] [Tiddenfoot Waterside Park] [Toddington Manor]
[Verulamium Musium] [Woodside Animal Farm] [Whipsnade Wild Animal Park]
[Wyvale Garden]
[Westpark Gardens] [Cecil Higgins Museum]