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Location: Bedfordshire, East of England, UK.

Population: 37,000

Based in the county of Beds, the bustling town of Leighton Buzzard stands near the county boundary in between Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, beside the Grand Union Canal, the town has a resident population of approximately 37,000 and a historical past harping back to the Roman period, when the Roman built A5 (then known as Watling St) passed by the town. Nowadays Leighton Buzzard is connected to the adjacent town of Linslade and it is about midway between Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire) and Luton (Bedfordshire), it is situated close to the Chilterns (Chiltern Hills) and boasts an important quarrying industry (sand).

Leighton Buzzard History: It is considered that there had been settlements in and near to what's now called Leighton Buzzard way back in prehistoric times, ancient relics and coins picked up near by offer proof of this. The early Watling Street (constructed by the Romans), now named the A5, passed through the close by areas of Hockliffe and Dunstable around 2,000 in years past, and the Romans should have at the very least been aware of the Leighton Buzzard settlement at this time.

The Anglo-Saxons came after the Romans, and it was Saxons who created the market place sometime in the 10th Century, and artifacts uncovered suggest that they were residing in the locale quite likely since the sixth century. The commune existing at this time wasn't mentioned till 906 at which time the Danes produced a peace treaty at Tiddenfoot, the Domesday Book (1086) described Leighton Manor.

The ecclesiastical parish of Leighton Buzzard, in times past, embraced a substantially bigger area than just the town alone, and included the hamlets of Eggington, Heath & Reach, Billington and Stanbridge. The "Leighton" in the name seems to come from the old English for "a clearing in the woods", the "Buzzard" portion wouldn't be added on prior to the 12th Century at which time the Dean of Lincoln wanted to distinguish it from a second "Leighton" that was inside his diocese. The Manors of Leighton were tenanted to an assortment of tenants through the generations, like the Leighs of Stoneleigh, who assisted Charles I during the Civil War (1642-1645).

Leighton Buzzard trainThe town continued to grow through the succeeding years and the arrival of a canal and a railway line during the 19th Century saw it develop and expand. Contemporary Leighton Buzzard is a prospering market town that has witnessed improved development in the past few decades.

Leighton Buzzard Tourist Attractions: All Saints Church which dates from 1277, and its one hundred and ninety foot spire, the well known Leighton Buzzard Light Railway, a narrow guage heritage railway line which extends for around 4 mls from the station in Pages Park, to 2 now disused sand quarries at Double Arches, the railway makes use of refurbished steam engines, Stockgrove Country Park, a 40 acre park at nearby Heath and Reach with woodland walks, a picnic area and a lake.

Also: Ascott House, Dunstable Downs, Pitstone Windmill, Ouzel Meadows, Pitstone Green Museum, Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre, Lancot Meadow, Dropshort Marsh, Leighton Linslade Virtual Museum, Mead Open Farm, Ford End Watermill, Whipsnade Zoo, Toddington Manor Gardens, Dunstable Leisure Centre, Woburn Abbey, Snakes and Ladders at Bedfordshire.

A selection of Leighton Buzzard streets and roads: Hawthorne Close, Lovent Drive, Russell Way, Melfort Drive, Woodman Close, Bossard Court, Hercules Close, Claridge Close, Bunkers Lane, The Chilterns, George Street, Rock Lane, Brooklands Drive, Princes Court, Rock Close, Clipstone Crescent, Avery Close, Bossington Lane, Meadway, South Street, Clarence Road, Grovebury Road, Ascot Drive, Nelson Road, Southcott Village, Nevis Close, Heath Park Drive, Pegasus Road, Carlton Grove, Church Avenue, Crossway, Apple Tree Close, Blenheim Road, Cedars Way, Chestnut Rise, Billington Road, Wyngates, Barleycorn Close, Cetus Crescent, Mill Road, Brookside Walk, Firbank Way, Lime Grove, Loyne Close, Concord Way, Oakley Green, Atterbury Avenue, Basildon Court, Lochy Drive, The Paddocks, Stanbridge Road.

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