From Biggleswade and the villages surrounding it, you can travel in comfort with A1 Cars private hire local taxi company to your destination, whether its to St. Pancras/Kings Cross to catch the Euro Star, business or holidaying abroad, travel in our standard, executive of a Mpv (multi purpose vehicle) taxi's to Stansted - Gatwick - Heathrow - Luton - London City airports, naming just a few. For that special occasion like requiring a wedding/bridal car, travel in style in one of our chauffeur driven cars. Fancy a flutter on the horses with your friends or taking clients, we do journeys to Royal Ascot, Cheltenham Gold Cup to name a couple.
The market town of Biggleswade is located on the Rivel Ivel. Weekly markets are held along with the occasional french and italian market, there is also a monthly farmers market. Biggleswade is on the main line to Kings Cross and Peterborough and the North. The cereal makers Jordans are based near Biggleswade. For many decades, the town had its own brewery namely the Greene King. Also home to the town was the Ivel Cycle Works which was founded by Dan Albone. They ultimately produced bicycles, but motorbikes and light tractors were also made. For sport and leisure there is the Saxon pool. The town has two football clubs, plus a rugby club. Near to Biggleswade there are the Swiss Gardens at Old Warden and also the Shuttleworth collection, home to vintage aircraft. The Crown Hotel in the high street was formerly a coaching inn and this is where the Great Fire of Biggleswade took place. Biggleswade is also given a mention in the Domesday Book and in Samuel Pepys diaries the town is mentioned a couple of times when he stopped in Biggleswade to buy "a pair of woollen stockings" Three miles from Biggleswade is Sandy. Sandy is known for its range of hills, known as the Sandy Hills. The main headquarters of the RSPB bird lodge is based in Sandy. Shuttleworth collection is only two miles from Sandy. Sandys railway line can take you to Peterborough York and Scotland.