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Welcome to Oakley

Oakley is a village and civil parish located in northern Bedfordshire, England, about four miles north west of the county town of Bedford and lies by the River Great Ouse. It has a population of approximately 2,500 and is near the villages of Bromham, Milton Ernest, Clapham, Radwell, and Felmersham.

This picturesque, rural village encapsulates community spirit.  This is evident in what Oakley offers its residents and nearby communities.  Whether you wish to go for a quiet walk around our many, unspoilt fields, a picnic by the River Ouse, take the kids to our local park, enjoy a fine meal at the Bedford Arms restaurant, or relax with a refreshing drink at Oakley Sports & Social Club - we offer something for everyone.

Oakley is a beautiful, thriving village, which you'll undoubtedly realise as you browse this website.

Read about the Oakley Neighbourhood Development Plan here

Latest News

December '14's minutes

December '14's minutes

December 15, 2014 // Tags: Minutes

Download minutes taken from the council's December 2014 meeting

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Download The Winter '14 Newsletter

Download The Winter '14 Newsletter

December 3, 2014 // Tags: Newsletter

Download the Winter 2014 newsletter

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Agenda for December '14

Agenda for December '14

November 27, 2014 // Tags: Agendas

Download the agenda for the Parish Council's December 2014 meeting

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Oakley Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

Oakley Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

November 23, 2014 // Tags: Community Social

A date for your diary: Oakley Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 5pm, 6th December

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