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Cllr Clare Thompson, Chairman of Community Services Committee shows us around the Flitwick Youth Hub for a look at the amazing refurbishment

There’ll be the chance for you to take a look around yourself between 12 noon and 4.30pm during the Flitwick Family Fun Day on Saturday (25th September), when Wendy Millgate will be able to tell you all about the different clubs and drop in sessions available for young people. We hope to see you there! …

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Council Launches Green Spaces Engagement Programme

Flitwick Town Council has launched a Green Spaces Engagement Programme to encourage residents to share their  views and find out more about the green spaces in Flitwick. A series of workshops, together with walkabouts of Manor Park and Millennium Park, are being held between 18th to 30th September where residents can discuss their views on …

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Thank you to all who helped to make Flitwick’s Front Garden Competition a success!

Well done and thank you to all entrants who helped to make Flitwick’s first Front Garden Competition a great success! The Judges were treated to some ‘blooming’ lovely displays as they toured the town on Saturday, deciding the award winners in three categories. We’re delighted to announce that 32 The Quantocks was awarded the ‘Best …

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Victim Support presented with cheque by Deputy Town Mayor, Cllr Jeremy Dann

Deputy Town Mayor, Cllr Jeremy Dann has been catching up with one of the chosen charities from his Mayoral year 2020/21 and this week presented a £1000 cheque to Justin Sarginson – Area Manager for Essex and Bedfordshire, Victim Support. Justin Sarginson said “Victim Support is incredibly grateful to accept the generous donation. As we …

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The Flitwick Youth Panel – Young People We Need You!

Flitwick Town Council is launching an exciting new initiative, the Flitwick Youth Panel, and is looking for young people aged 13-18 to get involved. The Youth Panel will work together with the Council to help shape the things we do for young people and prioritise what happens for young people in the town. This exciting …

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Flitwick Town Council Exploring Exciting Opportunity For The Town

Video announcement  from the Town Mayor, Cllr Andy Snape and Deputy Town Mayor, Cllr Jeremy Dann. Flitwick Town Council has agreed to investigate and pursue the purchase of the Barclays Bank building and frontage to protect and preserve this prime community space for now and future generations. The feedback from our recent resident survey highlighted …

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New Outdoor Gym Equipment For Millennium Park and Hinksley Road Recreation Ground

New outdoor gym equipment at Millennium Park and Hinksley Road Recreation Ground is now in place and ready for everyone to use. Both locations have four pieces of equipment focusing on cardio and strength exercises. The Crossrider, Armbike, Skier and Body Twist all have full instructions on how to use them fixed to each piece …

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Flitwick Calendar 2022 – We Need Your Images!

The first Flitwick 2022 charity calendar will be launched later this year and we are looking for residents’ favourite images taken in the town to help bring the calendar to life.   The calendar will showcase everything from Flitwick’s outdoor spaces, events and beautiful countryside to capturing the community spirit of the town and urban scenes. …

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Reduced Grass Cutting Programme To Increase Biodiversity Across Flitwick

Grass cutting will be reduced this year at several locations on Flitwick Town Council managed land as part of a project to increase biodiversity across the Town. This year some green spaces will remain uncut in order to discover what wildflowers grow naturally and the wildlife they attract. These actions are being taken to make …

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