Welcome to the Bletsoe Website! Hopefully you will find lots of information about the village and its events in the following pages. Please email: info@bletsoe.net with any further information or news you would like to be included in this site! Please also encourage villagers to use the site and help to make it a full information sharing site.

Bletsoe is situated six miles north of Bedford in the beautiful surrounding countryside of North Bedfordshire. The village consists of 110 residences with just over 200 residents.

Old Bletsoe

For information and photos of Old Bletsoe please visit www.bletsoe.org.uk

Latest News

 

Recycle Week is Nearly Here!

Recycle Week is Nearly Here! 25th September- 1st October will see the UK’s 14th Recycle Week.  Recycling brings so many benefits, reducing the amount of waste we produce by creating something completely new! Across the country, around two-thirds of households are...

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CPRE Document

If you are responding to the consultation on the Bedford Borough Local Plan you might find this document produced by CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England) helpful.  Don't forget your response has to be submitted by 9 June....

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Bletsoe Fete 2017

Scarecrow Competition -  This year's theme is Fairytale's and Children's Book Characters.  Display by Saturday 10 June and judging will commence on Monday 12 June with the winner being announced at the Fete on Saturday 17 June!...

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Bedford Borough Local Plan 2035

Bedford Borough Local Plan 2035: Public Consultation 24 April – 9 June 2017 The council will shortly commence a consultation about the Local Plan 2035.  Since we last consulted you significant work has been undertaken on the assessment of potential development sites...

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Local Plan 2035 Briefing Note

Local Plan 2035 Briefing Note for Local Councils April 2017 Please find attached a written briefing note explaining the arrangements for the forthcoming Local Plan 2035 consultation. The note explains why this consultation is important to local councils, how you will...

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