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Location: Bedfordshire (Beds), England, UK.

Population: 37,000

Situated in the county of Bedfordshire in the East of England, the tranquil town of Leighton Buzzard stands right on the county border in between Beds and Buckinghamshire, beside the Grand Union Canal, the town has a population close to thirty seven thousand and a history going back to Roman times, at which time the ancient Watling Street (now the A-5) passed by the town. At present Leighton Buzzard is attached to the nearby town of Linslade and is approximately mid-way between Milton Keynes and Luton, it sits close to the Chilterns (Chiltern Hills) and has an important quarrying industry (sand).

The History of Leighton Buzzard: It's felt that there existed settlements in and near to what is now known as Leighton Buzzard way back in prehistoric times, ancient artifacts and coinage stumbled upon in the area offer proof of this. The old Watling Street (erected by the Romans), now called the A5, went through neighbouring Dunstable and Hockliffe roughly two thousand years back, and the Romans will have at the very least been aware of the Leighton Buzzard settlement during those times.

The Romans were in turn followed by the Anglo-Saxons, and it was Saxons who created the market place during the 10th Century, and antiquities unearthed show that they were inhabiting the vicinity possibly from the sixth century. The commune as such is not described until 906 after the Danes made a peace treaty at Tiddenfoot, the Domesday Book described Leighton Manor.

The parish of Leighton Buzzard, traditionally, embodied a lot greater area than merely the town alone, and covered the hamlets of Billington, Stanbridge, Heath & Reach and Eggington. The "Leighton" in the name might possibly have come from the old English meaning "a clearing in the woods", the "Buzzard" section was not to be added before the 12th Century after the Dean of Lincoln was required to differentiate it from yet another "Leighton" that was within his diocese. The Manors of Leighton would be tenanted to an assortment of tenants over the years, for example the Leighs of Stoneleigh, who followed Charles I in the Civil War (1642-1645).

Leighton Buzzard trainLeighton Buzzard carried on growing through the succeeding decades and the establishing of of a canal and a railway during the Nineteenth Century saw the town develop and develop. Modern day Leighton Buzzard can be termed a thriving market town that has seen increased development in the past few years.

Things to Do Around Leighton Buzzard: The All Saints Church initiated in 1277, and its one hundred and ninety foot high spire, the widely known Leighton Buzzard Light Railway, a narrow guage heritage railway service which runs for about four mls from the station in Pages Park, to 2 now disused sand quarries at Double Arches, the railway makes use of renovated steam engines, Stockgrove Country Park, a park occupying 40 acres at neighbouring Heath and Reach with picnic area, woodland walks and a lake.

Also: Ford End Watermill, Totternhoe Knolls, Mead Open Farm, Bluebell Wood, Woburn Heritage Centre, Ascott House, Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre, Toddington Manor Gardens, Snakes and Ladders at Bedfordshire, Woburn Abbey, Ouzel Meadows, Whipsnade Zoo, Dropshort Marsh, Lancot Meadow, Great Adventure Game, Tiddenfoot Waterside Park.

A selection of Leighton Buzzard streets and roads: Blenheim Road, Barnabas Road, Beech Grove, Apple Tree Close, Monarch Way, Plum Tree Lane, Drakes Avenue, Russell Way, Summer Street, Miletree Court, The Wood, Duncombe Drive, Enterprise Way, Durrell Close, Southcott Village, Bossard Court, Princes Court, The Paddocks, Billington Court, Broomhills Road, Bunkers Lane, Clay Furlong, Soulbury Road, Queen Street, High Street, Malvern Drive, Stoke Road, Roosevelt Avenue, Mill Road, Chiltern Gardens, Copper Beech Way, Bramble Close, Cherrycourt Way, Ashwell Street, Heath Park Road, Camberton Road, Alwins Field, Friday Street, Laurel Mews, Digby Road, Lovent Drive, Vicarage Gardens, Brownslea, Jupiter Drive, Edward Street, Lake Street, Bossington Lane, Bedford Street, Globe Lane, St Leonard's Close, Dingle Dell.

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