New Broadband Speed!

As many of you may have noiticed, BT vans have been seen through out the village. They are acually installing ADSL2+ Cable. ADSL2+ uses twice as much bandwidth along copper wires as ADSL2 does. Which has increased speeds to over 2Mbp/s, meaning that the village is now able to stream videos on YouTube, BBC Iplayer, Twitch etc.

Parish Council Meetings

Stanbridge Parish Council meetings are normally held at 7:30 pm on the second Tuesday of the month, in the Stanbridge and Tilsworth Community Hall. See Events Calendar for details.

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Central Bedfordshire Council Highways Department

In view of the recent issues highlighted by several concerned residents, regarding the installation of the speed humps in Tilsworth Road, please note you can raise any concerns or complaints on this matter, other speeding or highways issues including pavements, on the following number and email:

Central Bedfordshire Council Highways Department, tel: 0300 300 8049 or email: or click on the following link to their website:

The Parish Council are also in communication with CBC regarding this issue and other speeding problems. You can also raise any Central Beds Council issues with our Ward Councillor Mark Versallion, tel: 0300 300 8555 or email:  or see his Councillor page:




Stanbridge Motocross - Application CB/14/03678/VOC
The Committee Meeting was held at 10 am on Wednesday 14th January 2015, at CBC offices, Chicksands in Shefford.
Stanbridge, Eaton Bray and Billington were all represented, and members from all 3 Parish Councils spoke against the planning request along with a number of local residents from the 148 who objected.  Mark Versallion also spoke on our behalf and against the application. The site operator and one other spoke for the application. The Committee voted 7-3 in Favour. Therefore the operator will be able to run the Motocross from October 1st to 30th April with 18 bikes (7 months) on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10-1 pm and 1:30-3:30 pm.

Prior to October 1st, the current permissions will remain in place: 7 bikes 10-12:30 pm and 2:30-5 pm. 


Contact Details

See the clerks page, for further contact details