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I Love Ampthill

Why do we love Ampthill? I hope this short video explains why!

Ampthill.Info YouTube Channel

Below are a selection videos created by webmaster Mark Smith. Access more videos by visiting and subscribe to the Ampthill.Info YouTube Channel:

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We Wish You A Merry Christmas 2010

'We Wish You A Merry Christmas' sung by St. Andrew's Church Choir at the Christmas Eve Carol Service

Ampthill - First Significant Snow of Winter 2010

Recorded during the late afternoon of Saturday 18th December 2010

Ampthill Festival Gala Day 2010

The 30th Annual Ampthill Festival Gala Day took place on Sunday 27th June 2010, with temperatures soaring and large crowds attending. The theme of the festival was 'Let's Party' and quite a few thousands dis just that and were entertained by the likes of 'The Knights of the Crusades and a plethora of local bands on the music stage.

Nissan-Lez-Enserune visit to Ampthill

Civic Dignitaries from Nissan Lez Enserune paid a visit to Ampthill from 6th to 8th November 2009. The video above shows the Civic Reception at the Offices of Ampthill Town Council on Friday 6th November 2009.

Ampthill Castle Archaeological Dig - July 2009

Ceremony to mark the Refurbishment of Katherine's Cross

Ampthill TV

Ampthill TV 

The website is operated by Ampthill resident Howard Martin.

Ampthill TV is a local online community TV station reporting and recording news, weather, travel, entertainment and other events happening in Ampthill and the small towns and villages of Central Bedfordshire. It is also home to the town's online discussion forum where you can engage in lively debate on various subjects of local concern.

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Ampthill Residents Videos

Ampthill resident Richard Daws features in 'Richard', which was shot around Ampthill. 

Submit Your Video Clips

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  • Upload the clip to YouTube & supply the code supplied, so I can embed the clip in this page, or
  • Submit your short clips for inclusion to (Types: AVI [Windows], MPG [MPEG], WMV [Media] or MOV [Quicktime])