Welcome to Felmersham & Radwell Parish Council

The parish of Felmersham & Radwell is located 60 miles north of London and 7 miles north west of Bedford in the county of Bedfordshire. The parish is almost entirely encircled by the River Ouse with access to the north by an early 19th century bridge and to the south by a mid 18th century bridge. The parish has a Village Hall, an early 13th century Church and a well valued Pub. The total population of the parish is approximately 800 people.

The Parish Council is the first tier of local government and comprises of a number of Councillors and a Parish Clerk. Parish Councillors give of their time voluntarily to serve the local community and perform the duties expected of a Parish Councillor. The aims are threefold: (i) representing the local community effectively; (ii) delivering services to meet local needs; and (iii) striving to improve the quality of life of the Parish. If you have any queries relating to Parish Council matters please contact the Chairman. 


The Parish Council ordinarily meets on the second Tuesday of the following months: January, March, May, July, September and November in the Village Hall starting at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and the Council sets aside the first 15 minutes for Parishioners Talk Time when questions can be put to the Parish Council. The date and time of meetings, along with the Agenda, are displayed on the notice board in each Village.