The Parish of Flitton and Greenfield


Welcome to our village website. Although it is hosted by the Parish Council it contains sections managed by other organisations within the village and we hope you find what you are looking for, if not please let us know at


A list of Useful Village Contacts is included below or click here.

Friends of Flitton Church Children's Christmas Party

This event was a great success last year, but there are only 30 tickets available - please text Lorraine on 07877 873480 or email Jo at to get your ticket(s) but don't delay!


Local Contacts

Flitton and Greenfield Good Neighbour Group 07594 578471 or click on 

Highway Helpdesk 0300 300 8049. This number is answered out of office hours for emergencies.

Free confidential advice helpline 0300 3036666 or click here 

Parish Council Chairman Mark Gates  01525 715793

Parish Council Clerk


Flit’n’More Editorial: Angela Ayres 01525 860723

Central Beds Council Customer Services 0300 300 8000

Church Hall Hire Jill Chandler 01525 860715

Bedfordshire Police 101

Village Hall Hire Pauline Downing 01525 860595

Greenfield & Pulloxhill Academy Head teacher: Annette McCullion 01525 712426

Ducklings Pre-School 01525 712426

MUGA Bookings: Dawn Leaning - 07860632427.

Scouts and Cubs Badger Hill Scout Group;

Brownies Jane Staff 01525 717294

Allotments Greenfield: Cllr Rik Stokes 01525 712160

Allotments Flitton; Cllr Gareth Ellis 01525 861496

Village Gala Cllr Margaret Lowe 01525 861111

Flitton Potato Race Simon Sadler 01525 861727

Friends of Flitton Moor Dave Sedgley 01525 714961

Women’s Institute Meriel Davies 01525 633421

The Greensand Trust Maulden Office 01234 743666

Flitwick & District Heritage Group Dave Sedgley 01525 714961

Access to the  Mausoleum 


Village News and Communications

See the current version of 

Flit'n'More Autumn 2017  

 For earlier versions of FM, click here


Parish Meetings Next Week

There wil lbe a Highways Sub Committee on Thursday 14 December at 19.00h in the Church Hall and the agenda has been posted on the website. Please click here to view.

As there are no new Planning Applications the Planning Sub Committee will not be held that evening unless any are received between now and then.


Planning Applications

If you want to look at current planning applications in the Parish, click here and under 'Weekly list search' scroll down to Flitton and Greenfield. This way you can keep up top date with what is being submitted 

Flitwick Moor features on The Times  20 best nature reserves in Britain


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Flitton and Greenfield

Greenfield is a small village about 1.2 miles from the town of Flitwick, it lies across Flitwick Moor and is on the opposite side of the River Flit. It forms part of the parish of Flitton and Greenfield. The area was once well known as a strawberry producing area, and the fields were full of strawberry plants on either side of the main road. It is now a thriving village with several small businesses.

Compasses Greenfield

Flitton  (Flichtam, Fllite, and Flute) forms the other part of the parish and derives its name from river Flit. It is the home of the De Grey Mausoleum adjacent to St John the Baptist church. Flitton contains the hamlet of Wardhedges. It too has a number of small businesses and working farms.

Flitton countryside view