Place:Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire, England

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NamePulloxhill
Alt namesPolochesselesource: Domesday Book (1985) p 30
TypeVillage, Civil parish
Coordinates51.993879°N 0.454839°W
Located inBedfordshire, England
Contained Places
Hamlet
Greenfield

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Pulloxhill is a small village and civil parish in Bedfordshire, England 342ft above sea level with a population of 850 at the 2001 Census.

Pulloxhill has a church, a school and one public house. The village shop and post office have closed, as has The Chequers public house (2012) There are a number of historic buildings, including 15th Century Public House (The Cross Keys). The village pond was filled in several years ago after a fire at the old Bakery and now forms part of the village green where the school holds a maypole dancing concert every May. A village news letter is published monthly called the PVN (Pulloxhill Village News).

The village is around a 20 minute drive from Bedford's town centre, and 25 minutes from the centre of Luton. It is approximately 350 miles to Lands End and approximately 650 miles to John O 'Groats.

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