The picture above will give you a flavour of the village. More can be seen on the "Tour" page.
Pavenham is an attractive village with many stone buildings resting beside the River Ouse in Bedfordshire. The village has delightful riverside walks where ducks and swans linger, Jacobean carvings at the church of St Peter, with an impressive tower and five bells. Pavenham Golf Course has a challenging 18 holes, set in idyllic parkland with many water features.
The village lies some 6 miles NNW of the County Town of Bedford, and is 2 miles from Oakley along the River Ouse.
The current population is circa 712.
The website includes a history of the village, a brief pictorial tour and pages containing information on clubs and societies. There are also pages devoted to local places of interest, parish council details and links to other sites.
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