Anti-Social Behaviour

Sadly, while the crime rate on Fairfield remains extremely low in comparison with other areas, there has been an increase in anti-social behaviour in recent weeks and twice Police have been called to deal with matters. The law on anti-social behaviour has changed in recent years and is now governed by The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime […]

Dickens Boulevard Roundabout Design Competition

Fairfield Parish Council announce a competition for the regeneration of the Dickens Boulevard Roundabout and are inviting designs from Fairfield children and residents. This roundabout is the main gateway at the entrance to Fairfield. It comprises as its centre piece the impressive oak tree that is an iconic view of Fairfield and the first impression […]

Election Results

Nick Andrews, Simon Little, Shawn Reader and Nick Reynolds have been elected to serve on Fairfield Parish Council for the next four years alongside sitting councillors Barrie Dack, Penny Daffarn and Amanda Hunt who have been re-elected. In a high turnout of 39 per cent the unsuccessful candidate was Mathew Hurley.         […]

The new odour control unit

Sewage Smell on Fairfield

Anglian Water have reported that repairs to the odour control media change (pictured) has now been completed and that the unit is now back up and running. Hopefully, this will get rid of the problem that has been blighting many residents on Fairfield again, particularly those in the area of the Water Treatment Works. We […]

Works to site off Eliot Way, Fairfield

The parish council and Ward Councillor Steve Dixon have been speaking to CBC Planning enforcement regarding the inconsiderate and dangerous parking from the new site off Eliot Way as well as the mud on the road. A CBC Enforcement Officer discussed these various issues with the site foreman yesterday (Thursday, January 24). The contractor parking […]

School Pedestrian Crossing

Justifiable concerns have been raised regarding the non-manning of the temporary Pelican Crossing at the Eliot Way/Ruskin Drive entrance for the new Fairfield Lower School. We have confirmed with Central Bedfordshire Council today (Tuesday, December 11) that the crossing will be manned from 8am to 9.30am each morning and from 2.30pm to 4pm in the […]

Traffic Lights

Police Investigating Lights Failure

The failure of the traffic lights between Dickens Boulevard and Hitchin Road last night (December 5) may have been caused because the lights were tampered with. Police are now investigating the matter, as it has been referred to them after Central Bedfordshire Officers passed on evidence. Bedfordshire Police are also investigating another incident involving a […]