Welcome to the Maulden Parish Council website.

The Parish Council is made up of 12 Councillors and the Clerk. The Councillors give their time voluntarily to serve the local community. The Parish Council meets five weekly. A period of fifteen minutes at the start of each meeting is allocated for members of the public to raise any queries or concerns with the Council, you need to register your intention to speak with the clerk by 10am on the day of the meeting and will be allocated three minutes. All meetings are currently held at The Baptist Church, Flitwick Road, Maulden and commence at 7.30 pm. 

Minutes of meetings will be added to the this website once they have been ratified at the following meeting. 'Last Modified' which shows at the end of the items included on the website, means when the item was added to the website.

Parish Council Meeting Agenda 21st August

The Agenda can be viewed by clicking here

Minutes 12th June

The minutes for the Parish Council meeting on 12th June can be viewed here

Minutes 8th May 2017

The Minutes for the Parish Council meeting on 8th May can be viewed here

Annual Return 2016/17

The Annual Governance Statement and the Annual Accounting Statement are available by clicking on the appropriate name

Annual Meeting 8th May 2017

At the annual meeting Cllr P Jackson was re elected as Chairman and Cllr Brian Woodward as vice chairman.

Parish Council Meeting 27th March

The minutes for the meeting can be viewed here

Planning Meeting 18th April

The minutes can be viewed here

Private Pumping Stations - Anglian Water

If you have a private pumping station at the bottom of your garden or in your street we need to know about it. You are currently responsible if anything goes wrong but the good news is that from October 2016 we will take responsibility for many private pumping stations in our region. This will include the cost to maintain and run them, but we have to find them first. If you’re not sure what you’re looking for our handy spotter’s guide can help. So if you have one get in touch today: 03457 145 145 Or email us at: privatepumpingstations@anglianwater.co.uk www.spotapumpingstation.co.uk

Bus Service Changes

From 2nd May 2017 certain journeys on Grant Palmer Service 44 will be revised. Services 77 and 197 will also cease to operate whilst Service 200 will be revised to operate via Silsoe, Flitton and Pulloxhill and will no longer serve Maulden. New Service 34 operated by Grant Palmer on Mondays to Saturdays will create a new link from Ampthill to Flitwick Leisure Centre as well as Amazon at Ridgmont and Central Milton Keynes. Flittabus Service FL10 will replace Service 77 with a Tuesdays Only service to Hitchin shown below.

Minutes Extraordinary meeting 13th March 2017 

The minutes of this meeting can be viewed here 



Notice is hereby given that two vacancies have occurred among the members of the Parish Council. Any person willing to fill this vacancy should apply to the Clerk in writing by 7th July. The applicant's name must appear on the current register of the Voters List or the applicant’s only place of work during the whole of the twelve months preceding the relevant date is in the parish.  The applicant must not be debarred from standing as a Councillor.

Election to the aforesaid Council will be voted for by the present sitting number of Councillors at the next Council meeting on 17th July.

Alison Winskell, Clerk

7 Grebe Close, Flitwick, Beds. MK45 1SA


Minutes from the January council meeting

The minutes can be viewed by clicking here

Minutes from the February council meeting

The minutes can be viewed by clicking here


There has been an increase in the amount of dog mess in the Recreation Ground. Please be a responsible dog walker and clean up after your dog so everyone can enjoy the area safely.


Please clean up after your dog 

Annual Return year ending March 2016 

The Notice of Conclusion of Audit can be viewed here. The Annual return section one here, section two here and section three here.


Neighbourhood Power Point presentation April 2016 

The Parish council have agreed to stage one of the Neighbourhood plan to be processed. We would like to thank David Bailey and co for their time and excellent presentation at the meeting on Monday. Cllr Ball and Cllr Jackson will be helping with the plan. 

Click here to view the presentation