Bedford (disambiguation)


Bedford (disambiguation)

Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire. It may also refer to:

Settlements called Bedford

In Australia

*Bedford, Western Australia

In Canada

*Bedford, Nova Scotia
*Bedford, Ontario (Durham Region)
*Bedford, Ontario (Frontenac County)
*Bedford (city), Quebec
*Bedford (township), Quebec

In South Africa

*Bedford, Eastern Cape

In the United States

*Bedford, Indiana
*Bedford, Iowa
*Bedford, Kentucky
*Bedford, Massachusetts
*Bedford, New Hampshire
*Bedford (town), New York, in Westchester County
**Bedford (CDP), New York, known as Bedford Village, in Westchester County
*Bedford, Kings County, New York
*Bedford, Ohio
*Bedford, Pennsylvania
*Bedford, Texas
*Bedford, Virginia
*Bedford, Wyoming
*Bedford County, Pennsylvania
*Bedford County, Tennessee
*Bedford County, Virginia

ettlements with Bedford as part of the name

*New Bedford (disambiguation)
*Bedford Township (disambiguation)
*Bedford Heights, Ohio
*Bedford Hills, New York
*Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, a neighborhood in New York
*Bedford Village, New York
*Bedfordview, suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa

Buildings

England

*The Bedford, a public house in Balham, London that is also an award-winning live music venue
*Bedford Castle, a ruin of a medieval castle in Bedford
*Bedford Civic Theatre, a theatre in Bedford
*Corn Exchange, Bedford, a concert venue in Bedford
*Bedford Esquires, a pub, nightclub and live music venue in Bedford
*Bedford Hospital, the general hospital in Bedford
*Bedford Hotel (Brighton), a luxury hotel in Brighton, in operation since 1829
*Bedford Museum, a local museum serving north Bedfordshire
*Bedford (HM Prison), a local prison serving Bedford and north Bedfordshire

People

People titled Earl or Duke of Bedford

*John Plantagenet, Duke of Bedford

Other people

*Brian Bedford, an English actor
*David Bedford (athlete), a British athlete
*David Bedford, a British musician
*Harry Bedford, a British footballer
*Harry Bedford (politician), a New Zealand politician
*James Bedford, a cryonically preserved psychologist (the first person ever cryonically preserved)
*John Bedford, a British industrialist
*Mark Bedford, a bassist
*Paddy Bedford, an Australian artist
*Sybille Bedford, an author
*Nathan Bedford Forrest, Confederate Army lieutenant general during the American Civil War

Companies

*Bedford Vehicles, a British manufacturer (and latterly, brand) of commercial vehicles
*Bedford Associates, a US company, formerly part of British Airways Speedwing, specialising in high-speed, high-volume transaction processing solutions and personnel.

Organisations

*Bedford Borough Council, the local council responsible for Bedford and the surrounding villages in north Bedfordshire
*The Bedford Charity (also known as the Harpur Trust), a charity based in Bedford, Bedfordshire

Educational institutions

*Bedford College (Bedford), a further education college in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford High School (England), a girls public school in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford Modern School, a coeducational public school in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford School, a boys public school in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford Road Collegiate, a public high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Sports teams

*Bedford Blues, a rugby union club in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford F.C., a football club in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford Tigers, a rugby league club in Bedford, Bedfordshire
*Bedford Town F.C., another football club in Bedford, Bedfordshire

Objects

*Bedford cord, a heavy fabric with a lengthwise ribbed weave that resembles corduroy, named after Bedford, England

Vessels

*HMS "Bedford"
*USS "Bedford" A fictitious American Guided Missile Destroyer in the 1965 movie "The Bedford Incident"

Popular culture

*"The Bedford Diaries", a television series


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