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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 sits close to the border betwixt Beds and Bucks, beside the Grand Union Canal, it has a resident population of around thirty seven thousand and a heritage harping back to the Roman era, when the historic Watling Street (now the A-5) passed by the town. At present Leighton Buzzard is coupled with the nearby town of Linslade it is about midway between Milton Keynes and Luton, it can be found very close to the Chilterns (Chiltern Hills) and has a significant sand quarrying industry.

The Story of Leighton Buzzard: It's believed that there existed settlements in and close to what's now called Leighton Buzzard way back in prehistoric times, early artifacts and coinage stumbled on near by offer proof of this fact. The early Watling Street (set up by the Romans), now called the A5, passed through the neighbouring areas of Dunstable and Hockliffe roughly 2,000 years back, and the Romans will have at least been aware of the Leighton Buzzard settlement as they passed it.

The Romans were thereafter followed by the Anglo-Saxons, and it was Saxons who used the market place sometime in the tenth century, and antiquities stumbled upon suggest that they were settling the locale quite likely from the 6th Century. The commune as it was was not described until 906 when the Danes produced a peace treaty at Tiddenfoot, the Domesday Book (1086) mentioned Leighton Manor.

The parish of Leighton Buzzard, traditionally, embodied a way greater area compared to the town alone, and covered the hamlets of Stanbridge, Heath & Reach, Eggington and BIllington. The "Leighton" in the name seems to come from the old English meaning "a clearing in the woods", the "Buzzard" section was not to be put on before the 12th Century at which time the Dean of Lincoln had to distinguish it from an extra "Leighton" which was inside his diocese. The Manors of Leighton would be leased to a number of tenants over the ages, such as the Leighs of Stoneleigh, who followed Charles I throughout the English Civil War (1642-1645).

Leighton Buzzard trainLeighton Buzzard continued to grow through the following decades and the appearance of a railway service and a canal during the Nineteenth Century saw it develop and develop. Twenty-first century Leighton Buzzard is a successful market town that has witnessed improved development in the past few years.

Attractions in Leighton Buzzard: The All Saints Church begun 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 extends for about 4 miles from the station in Pages Park, to 2 now disused sand quarries at Double Arches, the service employs refurbished steam engines, Stockgrove Country Park, a 40 acre park at nearby Heath and Reach with lake, picnic area and woodland walks.

Also: Pitstone Windmill, Ouzel Meadows, Snakes and Ladders at Bedfordshire, Grebe Canal Cruises, Leighton Linslade Virtual Museum, Leighton Lady Cruises, Dropshort Marsh, Lancot Meadow, Ford End Watermill, Rushmere Park, Totternhoe Knolls, Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre, Aspley Woods, Tiddenfoot Waterside Park, Dunstable Leisure Centre, Woburn Abbey.

A selection of Leighton Buzzard streets and roads: Wyngates, Knaves Hill, Bragenham Lane, Blakedown Road, Clarence Road, Gilbert Mews, Marley Fields, Millers Close, New Road, Coniston Road, Chartmoor Road, Dove Tree Road, Clay Furlong, Vicarage Gardens, The Heath, Southcott Village, Windermere Gardens, Chestnut Rise, Golden Riddy, St Andrew's Street, Summer Street, Willow Bank Walk, Fallowfield, Barnabas Road, Steppingstone Place, White House Court, Brooklands Avenue, Grove Road, Billington Road, Dukes Ride, Neptune Gardens, Bridge Street, Pulford Road, Adaern Close, Cygnus Drive, Carina Drive, Cedars Way, Falcon Mews, Grovebury Road, Eden Way, Adastral Avenue, Soulbury Road, Meadow Way, Hornbeam Close, Springfield Road, Oakley Green, Digby Road, Aquila Road, King Street, Old Chapel Mews, Delamere Gardens.

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