Shelton, North Bedfordshire

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For other settlements with the name Shelton in Bedfordshire, see Shelton, Bedfordshire (disambiguation).
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Shelton is located in Bedfordshire
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Post town HUNTINGDON
Postcode district PE28
Dialling code 01933
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52°18′41″N 0°29′06″W / 52.31131°N 0.48512°W / 52.31131; -0.48512Coordinates: 52°18′41″N 0°29′06″W / 52.31131°N 0.48512°W / 52.31131; -0.48512

Shelton is a small village located in the Borough of Bedford in Bedfordshire, England.

The settlement forms part of the Dean and Shelton (where to 2011 Census population was included) civil parish, and is close to the county border with Northamptonshire and the district of Huntingdonshire in Cambridgeshire.

The 14th century Church of St Mary the Virgin is located in the village. It is a grade I listed building.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Name: CHURCH OF ST MARY List entry Number: 1114802". English Heritage. Retrieved 17 July 2014.