Pavenham is a small North Bedfordshire village situated in the upper reaches of the Ouse valley with approximately 750 residents.
Pavenham Parish Council consists of seven councillors and meets every two months with additional meetings held as and when required. The annual meeting of the parish council is held in May and the Annual Parish Meeting in March or April. All meetings are held in the village hall and are open to the public. There is an open session at the beginning of each meeting when parishioners can raise any relevant issues.
The Parish Clerk, Dr Peter Sharpe, can be contacted at: