Woburn Sands is a small town situated 6 miles southeast of Milton Keynes City Centre and 2 miles from the M1, midway between London and Birmingham.

The Town Council office is situated alongside the Memorial Hall on the High Street. The office is open to the public Monday to Thursday from 10am to 1pm.

The Town Clerk is Mrs Alison Jordan

Image of Memorial Hall 




Latest News

White Ribbon Day November 25th - Prevention of violence against women and girls

Published: 16 Nov 21

November 25th is the UN designated day to raise awareness of this violence, and is the start of 16 days of activism to be taken globally, nationally and here, in Milton Keynes. Read More...

Events Coming Up In Our Halls

Events Coming Up In Our Halls

Published: 9 Nov 21

Latest update on what's coming up in our halls Read More...

COP 26: Tackling the effects of Climate Change

COP 26: Tackling the effects of Climate Change

Published: 28 Oct 21

Read the full version of Councillor Peter Skelton's brilliant and informative article. Read More...

SEMK Development

Published: 27 Oct 21

There's still time to submit a question or make a representation regarding the SEMK development. Read More...

Public Consultation

Public Consultation

Published: 25 Oct 21

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (BLMK CCG) is undertaking a public consultation asking residents to share their views on proposed changes to policies on Fertility Services, Gluten-Free Food Prescribing and the Milton Keynes Pharmacy First minor ailment scheme. Read More...

Bletchley to Bedford Railway

Published: 20 Oct 21

The Marston Vale Line. 175th Anniversary & Fun Day on 20th November. Read More...

Need help with heating bills?

Published: 13 Oct 21

Did you know that a long-established charity in the Wavendon/Aspley Heath/Woburn Sands area provides a grant towards heating bills for the less well-off? Read More...

The Oxford -Cambridge Arc

Published: 23 Sep 21

The Oxford-Cambridge Arc includes our area here in Woburn Sands. The government are planning sustainable economic growth and have started a consultation process seeking views to “create a vision for the Oxford-Cambridge Arc Spatial Framework, and in doing so guide the future growth of the area to 2050”. If you want to find out more and give your opinion follow the link above. Read More...