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Bedgrove is one of the housing estates of the modern town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, though it takes its name from a farm and hamlet that stood in the area until the area was cleared for building in the early 1960s. The housing estate is on the south side of the town. The approximate area of the farm (and associated cottages) was where the petrol station now stands on Camborne Avenue.

Also the ancient village of Caldicot (mentioned in the Domesday Book) was thought to be situated approximately where Caldicot Close is today, hence the name of the new road.