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Location: Bedfordshire, East of England, United Kingdom.

Population: 37,000

Found in the county of Beds, the charming town of Leighton Buzzard is near the county boundary in between Bucks and Bedfordshire, on the Grand Union Canal, the town has a resident population of around thirty seven thousand and a historical past going back to the era of the Romans, at which time the Roman built Watling Street (now the A-5) passed by the town. At present Leighton Buzzard is more or less connected to the adjoining town of Linslade and it is roughly halfway between Luton and Milton Keynes, it stands very close to the Chiltern Hills and boasts a substantial sand quarrying industry.

Leighton Buzzard History: It is thought that there had been settlements in and close to what is now named Leighton Buzzard going back to prehistoric times, early relics and coins stumbled upon in the area give evidence of this fact. The old Watling Street (constructed by the Romans), now identified as the A5, passed through nearby Hockliffe and Dunstable approximately 2,000 years back, and the Romans should have at the very least known of the Leighton Buzzard settlement as they passed it.

The Romans were in turn followed by the Anglo-Saxons, and it was them who developed a market sometime in the 10th Century, and antiquities stumbled upon imply that they were settling the local area very likely since the 6th Century. The village as such wasn't documented until 906 after the Danes produced a peace treaty at Tiddenfoot, the Domesday Book (1086) documented Leighton Manor.

The ecclesiastical parish of Leighton Buzzard, traditionally, encompassed a much bigger area than simply the town by itself, and covered the settlements of Stanbridge, Eggington, Heath & Reach and Billington. The "Leighton" in the name is thought to come from the old English meaning "a clearing in the woods", the "Buzzard" element did not get appended prior to the 12th Century when the Dean of Lincoln found it desirable to differentiate it from a second "Leighton" that was within his diocese. The Manors of Leighton were leased to various tenants over the centuries, for example the Leighs of Stoneleigh, who backed Charles I during the English Civil War (1642-1645).

Leighton Buzzard trainLeighton Buzzard grew even larger throughout the coming decades and the appearance of a canal and a railway in the Nineteenth Century saw the town develop and grow. Contemporary Leighton Buzzard is a bustling market town which has witnessed increased development in the past few years.

Attractions in Leighton Buzzard: The All Saints Church commenced in 1277, together with its one hundred and ninety foot spire, the well known Leighton Buzzard Light Railway, a narrow guage heritage railway service which runs for approximately four miles from the station at Pages Park, to 2 now disused sand quarries at Double Arches, the line utilizes refurbished steam engines, Stockgrove Country Park, a park covering 40 acres at neighbouring Heath and Reach with a lake, woodland walks and a picnic area.

Also: Aspley Woods, Ascott House, Dropshort Marsh, Ford End Watermill, Lancot Meadow, Ouzel Meadows, Pitstone Windmill, Pitstone Green Museum, Toddington Manor Gardens, Totternhoe Knolls, Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre, Mead Open Farm, Rushmere Park, Dunstable Downs, Leighton Linslade Virtual Museum, Great Adventure Game.

A selection of Leighton Buzzard streets and roads: Durrell Close, Boss Avenue, Beech Grove, Vicarage Road, The Vyne, Finch Crescent, Bossard Court, Grange Close, Stanbridge Road Terrace, Mountbatten Gardens, Mercury Way, Deverell Way, Church Street, Woburn Place, Woodside Way, Saturn Close, Highfield Road, Johnson Drive, Rosebery Avenue, Orion Way, Taylor's Ride, Woodland Avenue, Badgers Brook, Melfort Drive, Miles Avenue, Garden Hedge, Wentworth Drive, Ash Grange, North Street, Broomhills Road, Bedford Street, Elliot Way, Centauri Close, Apple Tree Close, East Street, Globe Lane, Atterbury Avenue, Commerce Way, Blakedown Road, St Mary's Way, Lochy Drive, Brownslea, Bramble Close, Faulkner's Way, Meadow Way, Grove Place, Regent Street, Miletree Court, Calder Gardens, Nelson Road, Sandy Lane.

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