Arlesey is a very friendly and welcoming community, it is a small industrial town and civil parish in the district of Central Bedfordshire. It is located on the border with Hertfordshire, about three miles north-west of Letchworth Garden City, four miles north of Hitchin and six miles south of Biggleswade. Arlesey railway station provides train services to London, Peterborough and Stevenage.
Although Arlesey has a couple of pubs, namely The White Horse and the Fox and Duck, for any real entertainment you have to travel into one of the nearby towns such as Letchworth or Hitchin. The cost of cabs and drinks could make this an expensive night out with nothing to show for it apart from a hang-over. Diamond Escorts could offer an alternative night out. You can stay at home and we will bring any one of our escorts to visit you. Our Arlesy escorts will stun you with their gorgeous sexy looks and friendly greeting. They can meet you at your home or hotel room, or they can join you for a drink in the White Horse then back to your place. Our escorts can accompany you to a function should you require a female companion.
Booking is simple, our web site has everything you require. Our friendly staff will give you help if required and make sure you have the best time possible. Many of our clients return time and time again. Some ask for the same escort and some like the variety that comes when using an escort agency. When you see the quality of our escorts you will begin to understand why.
Major employers in Arlesey used to be the Fairfield Hospital (now re-developed as housing) and the former brickworks (producers of the Arlesey Whites bricks seen in many local buildings). Some of the clay pits used by the brickworks are now lakes and there are also two disused Portland Cement Company chalk pits, one of which is the Blue Lagoon, which hosts fishing and sailing clubs. Although the lake is private, large numbers of people go there to swim.
All communities are dependent on having people willing to work to improve things and Arlesey is fortunate in having a number of voluntary organisations and recreational facilities, all adding to the rich pattern of life. Situated at the junction of House Lane and High Street, is the Town's War Memorial and this is a reminder of all the brave men of Arlesey, who gave their lives during both World Wars. They are particularly remembered at the Memorial Service, held in November each year and the Civic Service held in March.