Welcome to Carlton with Chellington
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Welcome to the website of the village of Carlton with Chellington in North Bedfordshire. This site is run by the Carlton and Chellington Parish Council. It contains information for those living here, those interested in moving here and those interested in visiting our village. Click on any of the buttons at the top of the page to navigate around the site and find the information that you want.

Neighbourhood Plan, Speeding and Street Lighting Survey

The Parish Council is conducting a survey to assess the views of parishioners on three important matters. Firstly, do we need a Neighbourhood Plan in line with the Localism Act 2011? Secondly, speeding in the village is a real concern for many. Should the Council have installed speed cameras or chicanes to slow down traffic? Thirdly, Our street lights use mercury vapour lamps. It will become illegal to fit these bulbs next year. The existing bulbs will not be replaced when they stop working. Currently, no bulbs will fit into the street lamps we have. Therefore the street lamps will need to be replaced but the cost of replacing them is more than twice our annual budget. The choices are therefore to replace them which means your community charge will rise or to let the lights go out. Your views on this are needed. Please do click on the Neighbourhood plan button to take the survey online.

 

Bulky Waste Collection

The bulky waste collection service is coming to Carlton on 31st May and 1st June. Click on the button in the navigation area above for further details

  There is now a Facebook group which allows you to post about the village and read others' posts.

Click on this link to go there and become a friend of the village - Join Carlton and Chellington Village Noticeboard

You may also get further useful information from the websites of neighbouring villages such as Harrold, Felmersham and Pavenham

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