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Property Sales & Property Lettings

M&M Properties established in 1986 with a town centre office in Flitwick. A leading Independent Estate Agent providing a wide range of property services.

These services include Property Management and Tenant find, Residential Sales, New Homes and Mortgage Services.

M&M Properties are proud to be Propertymark protected members of The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) and The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).

Memberships are only offered to agents adhering to strict guidelines and complying with rules of conduct in place to protect clients best interests at all times.

Whether selling or letting, you’re in safe hands with M&M. We look forward to getting to know you and your home?

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Good luck England!

The Army in London - HQ London District
BRITISH ARMY BAND PLAYS THREE LIONS ON BUCKINGHAM PALACE FORECOURT

The Band of the Welsh Guards played a very special rendition of Three Lions on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace today (Friday) ahead of England’s World Cup quarter-final showdown with Sweden.

The troops are used to stepping forward to serve their country. This makes today’s gesture of unwavering support to the England team during the world-famous Changing the Guard ceremony particularly fitting.

For Changing the Guard, a full Military Band is provided, usually from one of the five Guards Regiments. The bands often play a variety of music during the ceremony to entertain the operational Guardsmen and tourists alike, ranging from traditional military marches to contemporary popular songs.

The band provided musical support as the Coldstream Guards took over The Queen’s Guard from the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) who are currently in London performing Public Duties for three weeks, as well as participating in the Royal Air Force’s 100th birthday celebrations next week.
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Thank you to all those who entered our beanbag throwing competition yesterday at Flitwick Carnival.

The kids definitely did well!

The adult score AND the child score at the end of the day was 930.

However there were 3 children who shared the same score.

One had gone home so 2 competed in a play-off......
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We still have the massive cone of sweets but it was the lion he was playing for, and his sister stole it lol

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