For a small village Flamstead has a small number of shops and services; 4 pubs, a village shop (including a post office) and a butcher, all of which aim to provide the villagers with quality service. Redbourn Dairy from the nearby village of Redbourn will deliver milk to your doorstep.
In addition the village has regular bus services to the surrounding towns; St. Albans, Hemel Hempstead, Dunstable and Harpenden.
Flamstead Farm Meats, our local
ex-butcher. Sadly now closed Q1/2002.

The 3 Blackbirds PH. One of 4 Public houses in Flamstead. Good range of beers, food and regular entertainment. See the Pub's website for more details.

The Village Shop and Post Office. Sells a range of produce, newspapers, bread and dairy products.

The Village Hall is available for hire for your private event. It has a reasonably spacious hall, stage, kitchen, toilets, cloakroom and an ample car park. Special rates are available to people who live in the village.

The Spotted Dog PH. One of Flamstead's 4 Public houses. Good range of beers etc., and sells food at lunch time.
The Pub has been purchased and is being refurbished. It is due to open again this summer hopefully August 2002.

St. Leonards Parish Church. More details of the church can be found on the Church's web page.
    Said Eucharist - 8.00am
    Parish Eucharist - 11.00am
(2nd Sunday Family Service followed by said BCP Holy Communion)
    BCP Evensong - 6.30pm
(1st Sunday)
    Low Mass
      Wednesdays - Rite 'B' - 9.15am
      Fridays - Rite 'A' - 10.00am
      Holy Communion available on request
Holy Days as announced.

Trowley Hill Methodist Church
Minister: Revd. Don Pickard
Sunday Service: 10.30am
Sunday School (3 yrs and over):
Tuesday: 'Coffee 'n Chat'
10.30 - 12 noon
Alternative Weds: Ladies Meeting
2.30pm - 3.30pm

The Rose and Crown. Trowley Bottom's local pub.

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