Woughton - Civil Parish

Civil Parish

The civil parish of Woughton is enclosed by the A5 to the west, the River Ouzel to the east, Chafron Way (H7) to the north and Groveway (H9) to the south. The Parish Council offices are in Farthing Grove, Netherfield. It consists of these districts:

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