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Every year there is a Christmas Fayre, usually held on the last Sunday in November in the High Street which is closed to traffic and filled with fun fair rides, stalls and music. The event is run by a group of volunteers and some of our Councillors and additional help always welcome either to join the committee or just on the day.
Contact:   Paul Farrant

Woburn Sands held it's first Music Festival in 2017 in the Recreation Ground, this will now become an annual event held in July.  Throughout the afternoon and early evening bands will perform refreshments are available and stalls will be in the Summerlin Centre.
Contact:   Gillian Brooke

Also annually, the Town Council holds a Garden Competition in July generously sponsored by Frosts Garden Centre and set up as a memorial to Brian Frost.  Prizes are awarded for the best hanging basket/tubs display, best front garden and best back gardens.
Contact the Clerk:   Lynne Stapleton

On August Bank Holiday each year, The Woburn Sands Band holds a fayre on Mowbray Green with music and stalls.  This is the band's major fundraising event of the year.  See links page for more information.

Remembrance Sunday is marked by a service at St. Michaels followed by a parade into the town centre led by The Woburn Sands Band for a short Wreath Laying service around the War Memorial starting at 10.45 am.  The High Street is closed to traffic to allow plenty of space for residents to gather.


Woburn Sands Town Council produces a quarterly newsletter delivered free to all residents in the parish.  It is published in January, April, July and October.  (see links on Council information page) 


A Community Market takes place on the second Saturday of February, April, June, August, October and December around the Institute and  Memorial Green in the High Street.  This is a market for locally produced food and crafts and is run by volunteers and some Councillors.


In every month except January, February and November, the Town Council along with Wavendon and Bow Brickhill parish councils organises and subsides a coach trip to a great variety of places of interest.  These are usually held on the third Wednesday of the month and tickets booked via the relevant parish clerk. 

At the start of every month, the Hogsty End Handbook is delivered to all residents in the local community and here you will always find a Town Council page with the latest information.


Various activities and classes take place in our halls and are all in the link below or on the links page. 

1.  Activities in Woburn Sands
     Summerlin Centre, Memorial Hall, Library and Fire Station

2.  Activities within Woburn Sands including useful telephone numbers
     Local information