The Dean and Shelton Country Show (formerly the Dean and Shelton Flower Show) 129th Show: 2nd September 2023! The Dean and Shelton Country Show is held at the Dalton Hall every first Saturday in September. Along with the historic flower and produce show, one of the oldest in England at over 125 years, there are the following attractions: Various Stalls selling Crafts, Honey, Plants, Jam and Chutneys, Tea Tent with home made cakes, Hog Roast, Bells and Whistles Bar, Children's entertainer, Photographic competition, Classic Vehicle Display, Tombola, Dog Show, Rossi's Ice Cream, the Corby Silver Band and much, much more. Contact Phone: Stephen Hall on 01234 708462 Email: email@example.com Web: www.deanandsheltoncountryshow.org.uk
The Dean Dog Show The Dean Dog Show is held at the Dalton Hall normally on the first Saturday in September, commencing at 1pm, the Dean Dog show is open to all dogs large or small. Contact Phone: Jo Cordell on 01480 869 486
Dean and Shelton Allotment Society All Prospective allotmenteers are welcomed to contact the allotment secretary, put their name down for an allotment at the Dalton Hall in Upper Dean, for more information please contact the Secretary Valerie Short.
Brownies New members are very welcome the Brownies meet at the Dalton Hall ,Upper Dean fortnightly on a Tuesday in term time from 6 to 7.30 pm For more information contact Debbie Paren Contact Tel: 07456 312 863 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dean and Shelton Parish Council serving the villages of Upper and Lower Dean and Shelton located in North Bedfordshire: deanandshelton-pc.gov.uk The Stodden Churches comprise a group of six parishes in the northern tip of Bedfordshire, in the villages of Dean, Melchbourne, Pertenhall, Shelton, Swineshead and Yelden. The total population of the six villages is about 1,200 people. Each of the parishes has a grade 1 listed church, five of which are Norman. The exception is Melchbourne where the church is Georgian.
Chelveston Wind Farm Trust Operating in the parishes of Chelveston-cum-Caldecott, Dean & Shelton, Hargrave, and Melchbourne & Yelden