Welcome to the online edition of the Parish Link.
The Parish Link is a magazine serving the villages of Kensworth, Studham and Whipsnade in the south of Bedfordshire. This version has been designed to complement rather than replace our traditional paper-based magazine, and hopefully extend its reach to enable previous residents to remain connected.
Look on this website for images of previous events throughout the year, back issues of the magazine, whats on, church services and directories, travel information, local organisations and authorities and there is also a contact page if you wish to get in touch about the website or the magazine.
What’s on in the villages in November
12th Kensworth School PTA Quiz Night in Kensworth Village Hall at 7.30pm. Tickets £5 per person from Gina Owen 07506-722053.
If you would like your event to be shown on the Parish Link website What’s On page, please email email@example.com or get in direct contact with Les Randall on 872552.
Please help local people in crisis. If you would like to help and wish to know how to do so please click here for details. If you can help by donationg any of the items shown please drop them in to any of the churches, the schools or the Vicarage. Thank you.
Broadband Service Levels - Important Announcement
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Output from the Neighbourhood Plan Workshops held on 20th, 24th and 27th February and 9th March.
This is about the future of your village. Make sure you have your say.
Do you want to know what clubs or activities are in the villages. Perhaps you need to know who to contact in your Neighbourhood Watch scheme. The answer to these and other questions can be found on the Local Organisations page.
News from the Pews
Please see these thought provoking words from Reverend Nicola Lenthall in Thought for the Month for October.
If you were unable to attend church this week we would be pleased to see you soon when you will be made most welcome. See Church Services.
Work has begun on the extension to Whipsnade Church. Please see images here. A big thank you to all who contributed to our fund raising. We are extremely grateful. Weather permitting the work should be completed in mid January 2017.