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Do you live in Central Bedfordshire? Then Lets Talk Central!

This article was published in September 2010. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Lets Talk CentralCentral Bedfordshire Council has set up a new website, to hear directly from residents what they think about where they live and how it can be improved. You can read what other residents have to say and add your own views through comments, photos or videos.

In particular the Council is working on a new Transport Plan for Central Bedfordshire, so why not take a look at the transport page and share your thoughts and ideas on how public transport can be improved in the future.

You can also keep up to date with new questions on and other Central Bedfordshire news including community news and events through facebook or twitter, so why not take a look and either "like" us on facebook, or "follow" us on twitter at to keep up to date.

Source: Central Bedfordshire Council

Let's Talk Central

This article was published in June 2010. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Central BedfordshireCentral Bedfordshire residents will have a new website from 8 June 2010 as Central Bedfordshire Council launches Let's Talk Central (

The site will be dedicated to giving local people a place to talk to each other, post comments, photos and videos about where they live.

Central Bedfordshire Council is keen to understand how residents feel and will be generating online discussions about:

  • What's the best thing about where you live?
  • What do you think is special about Central Bedfordshire?
  • What do you want to see protected or developed for the future?
  • What challenges do you think Central Bedfordshire will face in the future?
  • What are your hopes for Central Bedfordshire in the future?

The council is launching the website to hear directly from the public about these and other issues, as only by listening to local people can the council take decisions that reflect our communities' priorities.

Existing social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube will be used to promote Let's Talk Central, which will be free and easy to use for the council and their customers.

The website launches on 8th June - please check it out and spread the word as we get talking about Central Bedfordshire.

Source: Central Bedfordshire Council