A recent report carried out for The Telegraph placed Ampthill first in its ranking of small and medium-sized UK towns to live in. It’s not hard to see why! This lovely market town with its landmark water pump at the centre is always busy and feels prosperous. It’s had part to play in history too. St Katherine’s Cross in Ampthill Park marks the site of the castle where Henry VIII housed his first wife whilst trying to secure his divorce from her.

Ampthill has been an important trading centre for centuries, and this is evident in the historic mix of buildings that make up the town. Much of the town centre was remodelled in the 1780s, but there are also Victorian villas, early 20th century terraces and new builds in the mix. Over the years the Logic Plastering team has had the opportunity to work on some fascinating buildings, from a range of periods, across the town.