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Location: Bedfordshire, East of England, UK.

Population: 37,000

Positioned within the county of Bedfordshire, the quiet town of Leighton Buzzard sits near to the county border between Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, beside the Grand Union Canal, it has a populace close to 37,000 and a heritage extending back to Roman days, when the early A5 (then known as Watling Street) passed the town. Today Leighton Buzzard is attached to the nearby town of Linslade it is approximately midway between Milton Keynes (Bucks) and Luton, it lies near to the Chiltern Hills and boasts a significant quarrying industry (sand).

The History of Leighton Buzzard: It is felt that there were settlements in and close to what's now known as Leighton Buzzard harping back to unrecorded times, historical relics and coins unearthed in the area offer proof of this fact. The early Watling Street (fashioned by the Romans), now termed the A5, cut through the neighbouring towns of Hockliffe and Dunstable around about two thousand years ago, and the Romans should have at least been aware of the village at this time.

The Anglo-Saxons came after the Romans, and it was them who developed the market place sometime in the tenth century, and relics stumbled on denote that they were residing in the local area very likely since the sixth century. The settlement existing at that time was not documented till 906 after the Danes produced a peace treaty at Tiddenfoot, the Domesday Book described Leighton Manor.

The parish of Leighton Buzzard, in times past, covered a lot bigger area than simply the town by itself, and covered the settlements of Stanbridge, Heath & Reach, Eggington and BIllington. The "Leighton" in the name of the town seems to come from the old English for "a clearing in the woods", the "Buzzard" part wasn't inserted up until the twelfth century when the Dean of Lincoln wanted to distinguish it from yet another "Leighton" that existed within his diocese. The Manors of Leighton would be tenanted to a great many tenants through the ages, including the Leighs of Stoneleigh, who assisted Charles I in the English Civil War (1642-1645).

Leighton Buzzard trainThe town grew even larger through the succeeding years and the development of a railway line and a canal in the Nineteenth Century saw the town evolve and develop. Contemporary Leighton Buzzard can be termed a bustling market town that's seen accelerated development in the past few decades.

Leighton Buzzard Attractions: 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 service which runs for approximately 4 miles from the station at Pages Park, to 2 now disused sand quarries at Double Arches, the service uses refurbished steam engines, Stockgrove Country Park, a forty acre park at nearby Heath and Reach with lake, picnic area and woodland walks.

Also: Woburn Abbey, Ascott House, Dropshort Marsh, Whipsnade Zoo, Lancot Meadow, Leighton Linslade Virtual Museum, Rushmere Park, Leighton Lady Cruises, Aspley Woods, Ouzel Meadows, Pitstone Windmill, Toddington Manor Gardens, Woburn Heritage Centre, Great Adventure Game, Tiddenfoot Waterside Park, Mead Open Farm.

A selection of Leighton Buzzard streets and roads: Appenine Way, Harcourt Close, Brooklands Avenue, Basildon Court, Eriboll Close, Neptune Gardens, Monarch Way, Clipstone Crescent, Brook Street, The Wharf, Mowbray Drive, Rowley Furrows, Stanbridge Road, Almond Road, Avery Close, Saxons Close, Old Chapel Mews, Soulbury Road, Plantation Road, Bridge Street, Elliot Way, Firbank Way, Wheatfield Close, Windermere Gardens, New Road, The Chilterns, Hawthorne Close, Churchill Road, Village Court, Mentmore Gardens, Greaves Way, Ledburn Grove, Ashlong Close, Miles Avenue, Ship Road, Sandy Lane, Delamere Gardens, Digby Road, Shenley Hill Road, Baker Street, Cherrycourt Way, Firs Path, Church Street, The Walnuts, Roosevelt Avenue, Cotefield Drive, Heath Park Road, Miletree Court, Billington Court, Grange Close, The Gables.

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