Harlington Village

 

 

 

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(Message posted 21.06.18):

Harlington Parish Council have asked the Ambulance Service to de-activate the community Defibrillator temporarily due to a fault being detected (during routine H&S checks) with accessing the emergency unit.  The necessary repair work will be carried out shortly. HPC will notify residents when this essential repair is complete and the unit has been re-activated with the Emergency Services.

Thank you for your co-operation.

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 The Central Beds Council Draft Local Plan 

LATEST : HPC's Objection to the local plan response letter is now available to view on the planning page. 

www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/localplan

Please click here for a map of Harlington.

 

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.