Home – Maulden Village – a village in Central Bedfordshire

This is the home page for a site about the village of Maulden, Bedfordshire

Maulden village community members maintain this site as way to bring together the various threads of life in the village: social, business, safety, environmental and historical. The site is maintained by volunteers, and relies on submissions and support from donors, subscribers and affiliates in the village and immediate area.

The site is allied with the Maulden Voice Group, and works with the local Community Safety Group; it is, however, open to anyone in the village to submit information, topics, posts and news. Equally, we aim to process corrections and any omissions as fast as we are advised of them.

On this site we also encourage submission of photos and documents of general interest, and we aim to show people as many of the positive things about living in Maulden as we can.

Maulden facts

Maulden is a small village and civil parish located in the county of Bedfordshire, in the administrative area of Central Bedfordshire, in the newly created Maulden & Houghton Conquest Ward. An active Parish Council meets regularly. The village is located 1.5 miles east of Ampthill and about 8 miles (13 km) south of Bedford

The village is ancient, and it is referred to in the Domesday Book as Meldone and the meanings ascribed to the various versions of the name include “cross on the hill”, “high down” and “place of meeting”. There are extensive mentions of it in national, county and local records going back to the C11th.

Maulden Demographics

Central Bedfordshire Council publishes up to date information on the population of the area regularly.

The most recent report [April 2015] is here: As of that report, the village had 3,130 people living in 1,370 houses. (but that was based on the 2011 Census before some new developments were completed)

The village is growing, and there have been small recent areas of development in and around the village.

Maulden Media

For “normal news” there is a local paper

The Bedfordshire on Sunday paper was closed by it’s owner Trinity Mirror in September 2017, it’s website lived here Bedfordshire on Sunday. A final editorial was published a week before closing Beds On Sunday Final Editorial – unedited version

There are some smaller local papers and magazines as well

Maulden Social Media

For more news, the village has a social media presence on various platforms

Our Neighbours

Ampthill has a great web presence at Ampthill.info 
Clophill has The Clophill Grapevine Facebook group with 1000+ members

Contact Us

You can send us email via our spam free @ CONTACT PAGE

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