Welcome to the website for the village of Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England. This is an independent voluntary project to provide an easy source of information about the village and it's organisations, companies, shops and tradespeople and the other local facilities. Contact us with any ideas, comments, news and contributions. It's for Cranfield residents and those wishing to learn about our village.
Villagers, please help us expand the content and keep the information up to date.
A community website for the village of Cranfield, Bedfordshire
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We do not charge Cranfield businesses for an entry in our directory. If you wish to be listed please read the information on the
Add Business Form
page and submit your details on the form
Click on the button below to find out which bin will be collected next and find out more about the refuse collections in Cranfield.
If you run or belong to a club or group in Cranfield ensure it is listed on our Clubs Page. Enter details on the
Add Club Form
For details on local websites and newspapers see the Website Links page.
This website is created by Alan Hawkins for his fellow residents of Cranfield at his own expense and at no charge to the Cranfield businesses and organisations listed here.
GARDEN REFUSE COLLECTION SUSPENDED
CHRISTMAS COLLECTION DAY CHANGES
There are some changes of collection day during the Christmas period. Please take a look at our summary on our Cranfield Refuse Collection page* which also has links to the Council's online information site. *Just click on our WHICH BIN? button.
Please read our website policy: Rules
This is an independent web site and we are not responsible for the content of external internet sites with links on these pages.
A Bottle Bank is now available in the car park of the Co-op (ex Budgens) in the High Street. They are emptied every week. If they are full please don't leave bottles on the ground.
These are the various glass types accepted:-
Wine and beer bottles
Sauce, spread, condiment and coffee jars
Beauty product jars
Perfume and cologne bottles
Caps can be left on bottles and lids on jars.
Please don’t place kitchenware glass such as drinking glasses or Pyrex dishes, vases, any kind of ceramics, lightbulbs, mirrors or sheet glass in the bottle banks. Please take them to the Ampthill Tidy Tip and place them in the general rubbish containers.