A great time was had by all and the garden looked lovely for the Village Garden Party on 10th June at Mills Cottage.
Thanks to all who organised the event and all who visited.


The Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan

A draft of the neighbourhood plan has been delivered to every household.

Contact any member of the Steering Committee if you have any questions.

Thank you



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The Church now has a lovely new kitchen,
and so we can all have a look (and maybe meet with friends for a chat at the same time), there is a coffee morning at 10.30 on the first Monday of each month, (except Bank Holidays).

The next few dates are:- 6th August, 3rd September and 1st October2018

Put them in your diary, take a break from the Monday morning chores and catch up with friends or maybe meet some new ones.
Spread the word and help to make it a big success.
See you all there.


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Ravenstone Village Facebook page
If you have a Facebook account, follow the link below
add your comments and read the posts of other villagers. These which might include notices, information and topics which others find interesting.
If you don't have an account and would like one, enter 'Facebook' on Google and fill in your details to set one up


The Fete 2017

Once again we were lucky with the weather and our fete, held in such a beautiful garden, was well attended.

Thank you to all who helped and made the day such a success.


The 2017 Carol Service was held on Sunday 16th December in the Church.

Annie MacGowan, Ravenstone's answer to Gareth Malone put her reputation on the line and came up trumps again, the choir was in good voice and made an admirable contrubution to the proceedings.

Our lovely church looked even more beautiful in candlelight

Carol Singing


The rain didn't dampen our spirits when we came together to celebrate the Queens 90th Birthday with a Royal Picnic

Here are some of the pictures taken on the day



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The Gate Group of parishes which includes Ravenstone, Stoke Goldington, Weston Underwood and Gayhurst, adjoins Olney on the west, is bounded on the north by Northamptonshire and on the south by the river Ouse. It has a population of about 220 and almost 100 houses.

The Village is 3 miles from Olney, 5 miles from Newport Pagnell and 12 - 15 miles from Northampton, Milton Keynes and Bedford.

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 Street View
Map Location Street View

There is evidence that a community was present as early as the 11th Century. The Church Tower was built in 1250 and was probably built to serve that community. An Augustinian Priory was founded about the same time.

Street View

In 1940 there were 9 farms, a Unionist Chapel, a village store/post office, a blacksmith, 2 pubs and the Church. Only the farms and the Church remain today


© Audrey Edwards 2005 Last updated 10/07/2018