Warden Hills shown within Bedfordshire
|Population||Within Bramingham ward|
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|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Fire||Bedfordshire and Luton|
|Ambulance||East of England|
|EU Parliament||East of England|
|UK Parliament||Luton North|
Warden Hills is an area of Luton in Bedfordshire, which is named after the hills overlooking it. Formerly part of a village called Streatley, until the 1960s, Warden Hills has become one of the fastest-growing areas of Luton in the past 50 years.
Warden Hills lies on the outskirts of Luton, and is three miles north of the centre of the town. It possesses one junior and infants school, one church, a golf course, a recreation centre, and several pubs. The oldest pub in Streatley is the Old Chequer. Also in the area, there is the only Catholic Secondary school in Luton, Cardinal Newman.
There are two hills overlooking the area - Galley Hill (formerly a place of public execution) and Warden Hill - the latter being the bigger and wider of the two. The two hills have now become a Site of Special Scientific Interest, as the Galley and Warden Hills Nature Reserve. There are a number of rare species here, including butterflies, moths, and flowers.
Warden Hills comes within the Bramingham ward in Luton and is represented by Cllr Gilbert Campbell (Conservative) and Cllr David Johnston, who is the Conservative Leader at Luton Borough Council.
The ward forms part of the parliamentary constituency of Luton North, and the MP is Kelvin Hopkins (Labour). Bramingham is within the East of England (European Parliament constituency).
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Two weekly newspapers are delivered free to all the houses in Warden Hills. However they are not specific to Warden Hills. They are: