Village and Community Agents

Our Village and Community Agents can help you access the services and support you need.

Contact us if you would like help with:

  • Identifying any benefits you might be entitled to, such as Pension Credit and Attendance Allowance.
  • Completing forms, such as Blue Badge; Attendance Allowance; or Carers’ Allowance.
  • Understanding confusing correspondence or paperwork
  • Contacting other organisations, groups and agencies that can also provide you with help and advice.
  • Making informed choices about issues such as health, housing, transport options, joining social groups or volunteering

All Village and Community Agents are Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checked and adhere to GDPR data protection regulations.

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Andrea MacAdam

Hi, I’m Andrea MacAdam and I work as both a Village Agent in Bedford Borough and a Community Agent in Potton.

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Lisa King

Hi, I’m Lisa King, your Biggleswade Community Agent. I can help you access the services and support you need.

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Lydia Wright

Lydia Wright

My name is Lydia Wright and I’m part of the experienced team of Village Agents and I cover much of the North Bedfordshire Borough.

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Teresa Moon

Hello, I’m Teresa Moon, a Village Agent for 13 villages, mostly located North East of Bedford, I work for 10 hours a week.

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Wendy Worgan

My name is Wendy Worgan and I have worked at BRCC as a Village Agent for 9 years.

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How to get help

If you live in any of the villages in Bedford Borough, call our Village Agents on Freephone 0800 039 1234
Or email communityagents@bedsrcc.org.uk

Potton and Biggleswade

Potton and Biggleswade each have their own Community Agent.

If you live in Potton, call Andrea on 07590 359 630 or andream@bedsrcc.org.uk

If you live in Biggleswade, call Lisa on 07534 484 750 or biggleswadeagent@bedsrcc.org.uk

We are grateful to our funders Bedford Borough Council; Biggleswade Town Council; and Potton Consolidated Charity; and also for support ‘in-kind’ from Potton Town Council.