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Pavenham is a small village and civil parish on the River Great Ouse in the Borough of Bedford in Bedfordshire, England, about 6 miles (10 km) north-west of Bedford. Village amenities consist of St Peter's Church, a pub, Village hall, tennis Club, Cricket Club and golf club. The village is home to many clubs and societies including an active WI.
The village has two nature reserves, Stevington Marsh, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and Pavenham Osier Beds, which is managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.
Time Line
1086: Domesday Book identifies Pavenham in the ancient hundred of Buckelowe
1205: Church first mentioned as a chapel or daughter church to Felmersham
13th Century: Church exists only as a nave and chancel
14th Century: The tower, spire and the chapel north of the chancel added to the Church
15th Century: North aisle and south transept (a chapel) added to the Church
1578: Churchwardens report Trinity College for letting the Church fall into disrepair
1665: The year that the Pavenham Old Yew Tree believed to have been planted, the year of the Great Plague
1770: Pavenham Enclosure Act
1798: Workhouse first mentioned
1813: Water Mill closed
1827: Sunday School Started
1853: Church of England School opened, provided by Squire Tucker
1857: Wesleyan Chapel built
1877: Vicarage built, designed by Bedford architect John Usher
1888: Cricket Club Founded
1920: War memorial unveiled
1935: Electricity came to the village
1938: The Cock Inn substantially rebuilt
1955: Roof to the nave of the Church replaced
1959: Village Hall re-opened after improvements made
1960: Pavenham Bury demolished
1961: The Old Yew Tree transplanted 15 feet from its original position as part of a road improvement scheme
1965: Pavenham Women's Institute plant oak in the playing fields to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the Women's Institute
1967: Pavenham Sports Pavilion Opened - built by local builder Charles Cartlidge.
1972: Vicarage demolished
1980: New Village Hall opened
1983: Village school closed



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