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Welcome to the Houghton Regis Town Council Website

Houghton Regis Town Council seeks to provide a valuable services to our residents including free community events, recreational and play opportunities, sports provision and community development. We aim to work effectively and professionally to ensure that the town council’s vision, ‘To make Houghton Regis an attractive and vibrant place to live and work’, is achieved.

We have an annual programme of public events for all to enjoy. So check out what FREE Community Events are coming up and get them in your diary! See you there. Community Events

We welcome feedback from all so please let us know your thoughts through our contact us page or why not come along to one of our council meetings, they are all open to the public.

‘Let’s make Houghton Regis a better place for all’

FREE Talk - Maypole Dancing
We invite you to attend a free talk by Mike Ruff about the History of Maypole Dancing on Wednesday 30th April 2014 at 2pm, as an introduction to the Houghton Regis May Fayre on Saturday 3rd May. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE
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Pride in Houghton Day
Pride in Houghton Day will take place on Friday 25th April from 9.30 - 2pm from Morrisons Carpark & Bedford Square. Click here to find out more...
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Latest News
Here you will find all our latest news! Please click on this link!
Latest News
Projects & Opportunities
Various Projects and Opportunities are happening in Houghton Reigs, Please click this link to find out more.
Projects & Opportunities
Houghton Hall Park
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Town Council Meetings
Town Council meetings that are open to the public will be held in the Council Offices on Peel Street. The agendas for the next meetings can be found by clicking on this link plus copies can also be obtained from the office.
Town Council Meeting
Budget for 2014/2015

After much deliberation the Town Council has set its budget and precept for 2014/15 and is pleased to advise residents that the precept has been set at £772,000 which will enable the Band D charge to remain the same as in 2013/14. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

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Central Bedfordshire Council
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