Flitton Moor

Flitton Moor is a unique wetland - a remnant of the once more extensive habitats now much reduced but which provides a window on the past and is home to a range of wildlife dependent on wetland habitats, many of which are unusual and declining.
The site is owned and managed by Central Bedfordshire Council with help from a local volunteer group, The Friends of Flitton Moor (FOFM). The site won a Biffaward grant and national recognition for the quality of the management by the various partners and recognised the importance and contribution of the Friends group to the overall quality of the site.
The area is now managed regularly and has consequently increased in biodiversity and is used by local people and others from wider afield for education, peaceful relaxation and enjoyment. A newly built barn is used as a centre for advice and information and as a place for FOFM to meet.
A regular one day community event; 'Barn Storm', is held annually every July or August.

Park Facilities

Nature Reserve
Nature Walks
Walking Routes
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Managing Organisation
Central Bedfordshire Council
David Sedgley
01525 714961