This page is home to information about which local action groups, parish councils and campaigns we are currently working with. You can find out which groups are active in your area or which are working on similar issues.
BFARe are working with the concerned parties to do research, provide information and gain support for their campaign for a Better East West Rail Route for Bedford.
Biggleswade Residents Action Group
The group is mainly concerned with fighting against development proposals where it is considered they are unsustainable or inappropriate in and around Biggleswade. Find them on Facebook or contact contact Simon Denchfield via firstname.lastname@example.org
Broom Action Group
Fighting unsustainable development in the hamlet of Broom. Contact the Chair, Steve Pritchard, via email@example.com
Church Road Local Action Group (Flitwick)
The group in Flitwick are working to save Greenbelt land from development with their ‘STOP Retirement Development Campaign’. Contact via firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Wigmore Park (Luton)
An action Group who is fighting to save Wigmore Park from being partly redeveloped as part of the Luton Airport expansion. Join their Facebook group for more information.
Friends of Windsor Drive (Houghton Regis)
Keep Stondon Green
The group are working to stop development on Mount Pleasant Golf Course. Follow them on Facebook for more information.
An Action Group which is fighting the noise and environmental impacts of Luton Airport expansion. Visit their website for more information.
Save Steppingley Road Field (Flitwick Local Action Group)
Say No to Greenwoods
The group coordinates and assists with objections to the planning application for a new town on land between Wrest Park, Barton le Clay, Higham Gobion and Lower Gravenhurst. Contact via email@example.com
Shefford Town Action Group
A local action group set up to campaign against developments on the flood zone. They have a Facebook Page.
Shillington And Gravenhurst Action Group
The action group work on local planning issues. There is a Facebook Group for those interested.
Silsoe Road Residents Association (SRRA)
The SRRA was formed planned to try and stop development on Silsoe Road, Maulden. The site is a Groundwater Source Protected Zone and has a sensitive aquifer. There is a Facebook Group for those interested in sharing and gathering information