Cranfield Management Development Centre

Address: Wharley End, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, MK43 OHG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wharley End, Cranfield, is near Woburn Safari Park, Gulliver's Eco-Park, Woburn Abbey, and Willen Lake.
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      100th anniversary of World War One

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 04, 2014

      ... to echo Sir Edward Grey's famous comment that "the lights are going out all over Europe".

      We also did the 'Lights Out' event, where all households across the country were encouraged to turn their lights off between 10 and 11 pm. We had the TV going to watch the service on, but all other sources of light were switched off.

      Cranfield University and Jersey Boys

      A travel blog entry by samboggiss on Jul 29, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... Our first stop was the greenhouse where they graft tomato varieties together to produce a strain with the best of all qualities. Their latest creation is worth 12 times its weight in gold. Next we visited the algae biofuel lab, where scientists are working out how to cost effectively mass produce algae biofuel for aviation fuel in partnership with Airbus. They're also investigating solar energy for ...

      A Bank Holiday day out

      A travel blog entry by derrick241 on May 23, 2014

      8 comments, 38 photos

      ... br>

      There were the remains of a Horsa Glider there, just about the cockpit section and a small part of the fuselage

      (The Horsa was used at Arnhem and the D-Day landings, they could carry 25 troops, some versions carried a jeep and troops, the tail section was removed to allow the gun or jeep to get out, and troops got out of it anyway possible)

      The Horsa was another aircraft that was made from ply wood, I call it an aircraft loosely, ...

      Warner Bros. Tour – Making of Harry Potter

      A travel blog entry by 3930 on Jul 01, 2013

      31 photos

      ... with a topping of heavy whipped cream mixed with butterscotch. It was very sugary and the kids loved it. At that same break location they also had the hogwarts bridge, the triple decker purple bus, and the front of Privet drive. At the gift shop on the way out Katie purchased a time turner and Hermione's wand. Alex purchased a stuffed dragon and a a harry potter quidditch shirt. It was a long day, but the kids [and adults] had a great time. ...

      There she goes again...

      A travel blog entry by rodaidh on Feb 11, 2013

      ... to go away on your own - ok so I know I would say that given that I'm doing it, but really, I don't think I'm (that) mental or (at all) brave. I just like going places and seeing stuff (deep, right?!) and I don't really want to pin that on someone else having to be with me at all times. Not that I don't love the aforementioned friends and family, and if any of you do want to come with me at any point you're all more than welcome, well, some of you anyway.