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.
Crimestoppers together with Bedfordshire Police are running a campaign throughout the winter highlighting burglary and handling stolen goods.
Please see attached editorial below that explains about the anonymous service, Crimestoppers provide to the public which enables people to give information on crime safely and without revealing their own identity.
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4YP are looking for a Youth Support Worker for Thursday evenings in Flitwick. The job will involve assisting the lead worker with running a youth club each week for ages 9-13 years, from 5.30pm to 8pm.
The new Flitwick Leisure and Swimming Pool Development is due to commence on the 18th November 2014. It is planned that it will take sixty weeks duration and will be completed in the New Year 2016.
John William's a soldier and they've sent him to Flanders.
A lad in his twenty's and barely a man.
From farmyard to battlefield, from furrows to trenches.
From reaping the harvest to plating wire fences.
Ploughing is finished and fighting commences.
He was one in thousands, just one in thousands, but he's our one.
On the 10th December, the year 1915.
John William, a private 203439.
Recruited, saluted, smart uniformed and booted.
Gave a wave to his family and said he was fine.
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A Message from the Community Safety Partnership
Central Bedfordshire is a safe place to live and work. Keeping the area safe is about how we can help you and how you can help each other:
Click here for the official poster from Central Bedfordshire Council.
Clocks Go Back - Burglaries Go Up
Bedfordshire Police are warning residents across the county to be on their guard after the clocks go back this weekend providing easy pickings for burglars.
Tradionally the number of break-ins go up by as mush as half when it starts getting darker earlier, so this year, as well as special operations to target burglars, the force is giving local people guidance on how to protect their homes against this seasonal increase in burglaries.
Click here to read the complete Press Release from Bedfordshire Police