Climate in this area has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year round. The Köppen Climate Classification subtype for this climate is "Cfb" (Marine West Coast Climate/Oceanic climate).[3]

Wendy Fair markets host the busiest market in England held every Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday.

Bovingdon Brickworks is renowned for its wonderful range of genuine handmade, machine made Berry-multi facing bricks, special bricks and arches. Situated in the Chilterns,we at Bovingdon Brickworks manufacture crafted bricks from our own sustainable clay beds, which are fired in our traditional kilns producing a vibrant and unique range of colours from flaming orange to subtle grey to gentle brown.

Of the three original runways, the North East/South West runway is still complete, and used for parking on market days.

The airfield has a large expense of concrete runaway for half a mile long which is ideal for vehicle testing and events, as well as filming action shots and stunts.

Choosing the right bricks is part of that, and we at Bovingdon Brick want to give you the individuality, quality and service to fulfil all your dreams. We are here to help. Our bricks will add to the pleasure and value, not just while you occupy the building but also when you sell it.

Flying ceased in 1969, though some flying scenes for the film Hanover Street were shot there in 1978. The airfield served as airport for Hemel Hempstead during most of the postwar period.

The North West/South East runway is completely gone. The East/West runway is still complete, the Eastern end of which is used for the weekend Market, the Western end used to be used by the Farmers aircraft. The control tower still exists, but is in a very poor state. A lot of the taxiways, and the 2nd World War Bomb Dump trackways are mostly gone, a victim of hardcore reclamation, a common end of a large number of disused airfields in the UK.

The next meeting of the Planning Committee will be held on Wednesday 17 August 2016 starting at 6.30p.m. in the Clubroom at the Memorial Hall, High Street, Bovingdon Agenda_ Planning_Committee_17082016 List of planning applications to be considered: 4/01856/16/FUL – Upper Bourne End Lane – Construction of two poly-tunnels and new barn for storage equipment. Hard-core to be […]

Several films were made there including The War Lover, 633 Squadron, Hanover Street, an episode of The Persuaders!, The Man with the Golden Gun (the flying car scene), and Mosquito Squadron.

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The airfield site houses a VOR navigational beacon, code BNN. The airspace above the airfield and nearby Chesham is known as the Bovingdon stack and is a holding area for aircraft approaching Heathrow Airport, 20 miles to the south. At busy times on a clear day a dozen planes circle.

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Bovingdon airfield provides a great outdoor space useful for a multitude of different filming requirements.

Following the death of Councillor Richard Briden, as there was no notice given to hold a bye-election, the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option. If you are interested in becoming involved with the work of the Council you are invited to write to the Parish Clerk by no later than Tuesday 30 August […]

Next to Bovingdon is the disused former World War II, Eighth Air Force and post-war Royal Air Force airfield, RAF Bovingdon.

The next meeting of the Planning Committee will be held on Wednesday 28 September 2016 starting at 6.30p.m. in the Clubroom at the Memorial Hall, High Street, Bovingdon   List of planning applications to be considered:

NOTICE is given under Section 16[A] of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 that where it is expedient for the making of a film, (which is a ‘relevant event’ under the Act of 1984), all pedestrians are temporarily prohibited from using Bovingdon Public Footpath No.029 from its junction with Bovingdon Public Footpath No.034 north eastwards, southwards […]

The village is medieval in origin but it has expanded significantly since the 1940s. It now has a large commuter population. The old parts of the village are mostly around the High Street and the Green.

A beautiful building starts on the outside. The first thing that anyone will notice about a building is the brickwork. Beautiful bricks can add enormously to the appeal. Choosing the right bricks is part of that, and we at Bovingdon Brick want to give you the individuality, quality and service to fulfil all your dreams.

In 1971 the poisoner Graham Frederick Young committed two murders while working for a local photographic company, John Hadland.[5][6]

The village is sometimes confused with Bovington Camp in Dorset. Halfpenny Green Airfield in Shropshire was renamed from Bobbington, the name of the local village, during WWII after a B-17 tried to land there when the crew became lost.

Lots of people from Bovingdon and the neighbourhood come to St Lawrence Church. Our youngest are babes in arms and all ages between are represented. What we have in common is our Christian faith, but we welcome people from all backgrounds, and of all beliefs or none. We hope that St Lawrence will always be a welcoming place where everyone can feel at home.

A beautiful building starts on the outside. The first thing that anyone will notice about a building is the brickwork. Beautiful bricks can add enormously to the appeal. Perhaps for the first time you are about to embark on building a home just for you, that meets your needs, and is situated where you want to live. It will probably be one of the most exciting things you do in your life. You will want to take every care to ensure it is as individual and as well-built as possible.

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The name is first mentioned in deeds from 1200 as Bovyndon. It could originate from Old English Bufan dune meaning "above the down" or from Bofa's down, the down belonging to Bofa.

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You are warmly invited to attend the next meeting of Bovingdon Parish Council to be held on Monday 5th September 2016 starting at 7.30 p.m. in the Memorial Hall, High Street, Bovingdon Complimentary tea and coffee available from 7.15 p.m. Council Agenda_05092016 There will be a meeting of the Planning Committee starting at 6.30 p.m.in […]

Bovingdon is a large village in Hertfordshire, England, four miles southwest of Hemel Hempstead, and it is a civil parish within the local authority area of Dacorum. It forms the largest part of the ward of Bovingdon, Flaunden and Chipperfield, which had a population of 4,600 at the 2001 census.[1]

Part of the airfield was used to build The Mount Prison during the 1980s; it was located on the site of the aircraft hangars and administration blocks. The remainder of the site is used for a Saturday market and there is a permanent circuit for banger racing although there has not been any regular racing since 2008. The airfield is also a site for paintballing.

At Bovingdon we make an extensive selection of special bricks to help you make your home a place that is unique. The combination of square and special-shaped bricks will give you a perfectly blended, harmonised and cohesive appearance that can be as individual as you choose.