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Location: Bedfordshire (Beds), East of England, UK.

Population: 37,000

Located in the county of Beds in the East of England, the busy town of Leighton Buzzard lies near the county border between Bucks and Bedfordshire, on the banks of the Grand Union Canal, it has a population of approximately thirty seven thousand and a story harping back to Roman times, at which time the early Watling Street (now the A-5) passed by the town. Nowadays Leighton Buzzard is more or less joined to the neighbouring town of Linslade and it's roughly halfway between Luton and Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire), it is found very close to the Chilterns and has an important sand quarrying industry.

Leighton Buzzard Through the Ages: It's felt that there were settlements in and near to what is now named Leighton Buzzard long ago in prehistoric times, old artefacts and coinage stumbled on in the area offer proof of this. The olden Watling Street (fashioned by the Romans), now called the A5, ran through close by Dunstable and Hockliffe around 2,000 in years past, and the Romans will have at the very least known of Leighton Buzzard at this time.

The Romans were followed by the Anglo-Saxons, and it was the Anglo-Saxons who created the market place during the tenth century, and artifacts uncovered suggest that they were settling the locale most probably since the sixth century. The village existing at this time was not mentioned until 906 when the Danes wrote a peace treaty at Tiddenfoot, the Domesday Book (1086) talked about Leighton Manor.

The ecclesiastical parish of Leighton Buzzard, over the years, encompassed a much wider area than only the town itself, and included the hamlets of Billington, Stanbridge, Heath & Reach and Eggington. The "Leighton" in the town's name is thought to come from the old English for "a clearing in the woods", the "Buzzard" piece was not to be put in before the 12th Century when the Dean of Lincoln had to distinguish it from yet another "Leighton" which he had within his diocese. The Manors of Leighton were tenanted to an assortment of tenants through the ages, for example the Leighs of Stoneleigh, who helped Charles I in the Civil War (1642-1645).

Leighton Buzzard trainLeighton Buzzard grew even bigger during the coming years and the coming of a railway line and a canal during the 19th Century saw it develop and grow. Twenty-first century Leighton Buzzard is a flourishing market town that has witnessed improved development in the past several years.

Leighton Buzzard Things to Do: The All Saints Church first built in 1277, together with its one hundred and ninety foot spire, the well known Leighton Buzzard Light Railway, a narrow guage heritage railway which goes for roughly 4 mls from the station in Pages Park, to 2 now disused sand quarries at Double Arches, the service makes use of reconditioned steam engines, Stockgrove Country Park, a park covering forty acres at neighbouring Heath and Reach with woodland walks, a picnic area and a lake.

Also: Dropshort Marsh, Rushmere Park, Toddington Manor Gardens, Lancot Meadow, Mead Open Farm, Whipsnade Zoo, Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre, Ascott House, Totternhoe Knolls, Leighton Lady Cruises, Woburn Abbey, Grebe Canal Cruises, C2 Gallery, Woburn Heritage Centre, Ouzel Meadows, Great Adventure Game.

A selection of Leighton Buzzard streets and roads: Digby Road, Brooklands Drive, Millstream Way, Nelson Road, Middle Green, West Street, South Street, Mardle Road, Phoenix Close, Hockliffe Street, Weston Avenue, The Maltings, Redwood Glade, Knaves Hill, Woburn Place, Milebush, Mountbatten Gardens, Harcourt Close, Columba Drive, St Andrew's Street, Garden Leys, Primrose Gardens, Soulbury Road, Bideford Green, The Wharf, Ullswater Drive, Chaloner Court, Hinton Close, Rowley Furrows, Duncombe Drive, Alwins Field, Station Road, Poplar Close, Mercury Way, Adams Bottom, Draper Way, Dingle Dell, Vimy Road, Steppingstone Place, Cheviot Close, Eden Way, Tindall Avenue, Copper Beech Way, Acacia Close, Linwood Grove, Lomond Drive, Heath Road, Camberton Road, Clarence Road, Fyne Drive, Firbank Way.

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This facts ought to be applicable for adjacent towns, villages and hamlets which include: Wing, Slapton, Cheddington, Little Billington, Hockliffe, Bragenham, Wingrave, Stanbridge, Battlesden, Great Brickhill, Tebworth, Milton Bryant, Mentmore, Briggington, Dunstable, Stoke Hammond, Soulbury, Little Brickhill, Horton, Billington, Burcott, Houghton Regis, Stewkley, Luton, Toddington, Grove, Eaton Bray, Clipstone, Heath and Reach, Eggington, Linslade, Wingfield. Map - Weather