Flitton Moor is a Local Nature Reserve owned by Central Bedfordshire Council and looked after by the Friends of Flitton Moor, with the help of Greensand Trust volunteers.  It is an area of flower-rich wet grassland, grazed by cattle, with two ponds and small belts of trees. 

The reserve was created on arable farmland in the late 1980s to recreate some of the habitats that would have been present along the Flit Valley before it was drained in the 19th century. 

On site is the Jack Crawley Memorial Barn which houses information about the Moor, other sites in the Flit Valley and local events. 

There is no vehicle access or parking area available for this site.

For more information on The Friends of Flitton Moor please contact David Sedgley on 01525 714961.