However there are many areas of historical and environmental interest amongst which are the 12th century Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, the Mill, Flitwick Manor - now a hotel, the Moor, once a source of peat for villagers and the Manor Park, originally part of the Manor estate in the ownership of the Brooks family but now owned by the Town Council for the pleasure and use of the community.
Due to issues in the election process at the May Town Council meeting, and following legal advice, the vote had to be taken again. This vote was carried out at an Extraordinary Town Council Meeting on 1st July and following a written ballot Cllr Mark Waites was elected Town Mayor.
On Monday 7th July 2014 the competition entries for Flitwick on Film were shown at The Rufus Centre to family, friends and Members. The young people who took part all did a fabulous job and a special "well done" should be said to Rebecca Thompson, who was the winner of the competition with her film "Flitwick for a Fiver". All films can be viewed by clicking on the link below:
29th April 2014
Residents have been contacting us about the tree felling works happening in the Woburn Estate woods, which is immediately next to Flitwick Woods. This work is nothing to do with Flitwick Town Council or Central Bedfordshire Council. If you have concerns call Woburn Estates on 0207 636 2885.