Welcome to the Parish Link Website!

The Parish Link is a magazine serving the villages of Kensworth, Studham and Whipsnade in the south of Bedfordshire. This website has been designed to complement rather than replace our traditional paper based magazine. We hope you find it useful and enjoyable.



20th - 22nd September Flower Festival at Eaton Bray church. See Poster


27th September Macmillan Coffee Morning in Whipsnade Church 10.00am - 12 noon. Enquiries to Kim Brown 872015 or Isobel Randall 872552


28th September Friends of Whipsnade Church Wine Tasting and Supper at 7.30pm in Whipsnade Village Hall. Tickets £15. Contact Kim Brown 872015 or whipsnade.events@gmail.com

For information on future events please click here.


If you would like your event to be shown on the Parish Link Website What's On page, please email info@parishlink.org.uk or get in direct contact with Les Randall on 872552.




The Dunstable foodbank needs your urgent help!


Use of the Foodbank has increased by almost 50% in the last 6 months, and we are struggling to keep up with demand.

A big 'thank you to all our supporters - please keep donationg food and consider giving an extra item each week.

New supporters are urgently needed. If you could offer a weekly food donation, however small, it would make a tremendous difference to the lives of those in need.


Donations can be left in the permanent collection points in either Tesco, Sainsbury's and ASDA in Dunstable or in the churches in Kensworth Studham and Whipsnade.

Our shopping list is on:



For more information contact Mike Pittam at info@dunstablefoodbank.org.uk





If you would like to advertise your business in the Parish Link magazine, please click here for more details.




The churches of Kensworth, Studham and Whipsnade (The Benefice) are in the Deanery of Dunstable within the Diocese of St. Albans. Click on a church for more information including our safeguarding documents.

SERVICES are held in all 3 churches every Sunday and at other appropriate times. You will be made most welcome in all of them. For further details please click here.



Would you like to know more about Messy Church? It is usually held monthly in both Kensworth and Studham. For a review of Messy Church please click here. Messy Church dates are on the Church page.

The local churches continue to support Dunstable Foodbank. If you would like to help please drop in any of the items shown to the churches, the schools or the Vicarage. Thank you.

Please note they are currently short of: Long life Fruit Juice, long life sponge puddings, Tinned rice pudding, tinned solid meat (corned beef, ham etc and tinned fruit.

Foodbank Dunstable also needs financial support. If you are able to help in this way or would like to know more about the work of Foodbank please see their website.