North Crawley is a small village of approximately 800 people which is located two and a half miles from Newport Pagnell to the west and about two miles from Cranfield to the east.
The triangle of rural land in which the village is situated lies between the major urban areas of Northampton, Bedford and Milton Keynes. There are two major ‘A’ roads (A421 & A422) that lie to the South and North of the village which take traffic to the M1 and therefore bypass the village.
The village has a mixture of old buildings which are mainly found close to the High Street and more modern houses which were built in the late 1970’s around a green space known as Kilpin Green.
Buildings in the village include a Church of England church, a primary school, a small village shop, a village hall, a much larger hall known as “‘The Institute” and two pubs. There is also a recreational field which supports a children’s playground, cricket and bowls clubs.
More information on the history of North Crawley can be found here
The Parish Council owns and manages the North Crawley Parish Council website for the benefit of the community and contains official documents of the Parish Council, including minutes of meetings.
The website also aims to enable you to learn more about our community, what is going on and what the village has to offer.
If you have any comments or suggestions for improvements to the website or wish to have information added about your club or organisation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.