Places of Interest

Stotfold Mill
Stotford Mill
 Stotfold Mill, formerly known as Randall's Mill, was the town's last working watermill, ceasing operation in 1966. A watermill at this point on the River Ivel is one of four in Stotfold which are listed in the 1086 Domesday Book.

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Stotfold Water Mill Local Nature Reserve and Stotfold Walks
Teasel Walks
 Teasel members work to maintain and enhance green areas of Stotfold, including Centenary Wood, Millennium Green, parts of the Kingfisher Way and Stotfold Watermill Local Nature Reserve.

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Walks
St Mary's CofE Church

The oldest part of the parish church was built in the 12th century with additions being made up until the 19th century.

The church has 8 bells with the oldest bell dated 1484.

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Shops and businesses

Most of the town's shops and businesses are situated along and just off the High Street and includes a supermarket with post office, takeaways, estate agents, hairdresser, florist, launderette, electrical goods shop, pharmacy, bakers and clothes alterations shop.  There are other shops situated elsewhere in the town, such as a butchers, takeaways, cafe, petrol stations, small convenience stores, hairdressers and car sales.  There are also a number of pubs dotted around the town.