Harlington Village


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It is with great sadness that HPC has to announce the sudden death of Cllr Samantha Gray, our thoughts are with her family at this time. 


Election of a Parish Councillor for Harlington


Further to the recent resignation of a councillor, ten electors have requested an election to fill the vacancy.  Nomination papers are available from the Council Office or from the Deputy Returning Officer at Central Beds Council and need to be returned to the Deputy Returning Officer by 4 pm on 4th April 2017.  If any election is contested the poll will take place on Thursday 4th May 2017.


Harlington is one of the most southerly parishes in Mid Bedfordshire, covering an area of 713 hectares with an electorate of roughly 1,850.  It is a hill top village in a rural setting, surrounded by Green Belt and the Chilterns AONB.  It is centred on a church and village green, both of which are key features of the village and are in the Conservation Area.

The village is situated about 1.5 miles from J12 of the M1, 7 miles north of Luton and 10 miles south of Bedford.

There is a railway station which connects Harlington to Flitwick, Bedford, Leagrave, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway, Harpenden, St Albans, London, Gatwick Airport and Brighton.

Upcoming event

Full Council

Monday 10 April 2017