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Located on the edge of the Chiltern Hills is the traditional Market Town of Leighton Buzzard in the county of Bedfordshire. The town has a rich history that is evident from many of its historic landmarks. What’s unique about the town is its network of streets that lead onto the Market Square, the site of a 15th century Market Cross. London Luton and Heathrow are the closest airports to Leighton. London Midland trains operate from the town’s train station to London and Birmingham. Buses operate major routes in and around the town all through the day while there is always the opportunity to embark on a cycling tour of the city, thanks to its numerous cycle paths.
Among the major attractions is the 13th century edifice of All Saints Church. The spire is the most striking part of the church that juts out 190 feet high. The sundials are from the 16th century while the iron braces on the west door are from the 13th century. The church was restored after a fire in 1985 damaged a major portion that included the 14th century nave rook with carved wooden angels. The Duchess of Suffolk, Alice de la Pole, who was the owner of Leighton Manor in the mid 15th century, gifted the nave roof to the church. The church is the starting point for the Wilkes Walk, held annually in the town. According to tradition, a procession of church choirs and clergy walk across the town to the alms houses on North Street and after a short service distributed 10 shillings to their inhabitants.
Another interesting attraction is the Grand Union Canal where you can enjoy a narrow-boat ride to soak in the best of the town. The canal winds its way from Birmingham through Leighton Buzzard and on to London. The Leighton Lady, a narrow-boat company operates scheduled and charter cruises along the Grand Union Canal.
The top visitor attraction is the Leighton Buzzard Railway, which maintain a large collection of narrow-gauge locomotives in Britain. The railway operates passenger services between Pages Parks and Stonehenge Works. The one hour journey by a steam locomotive is worth experiencing on your trip to Leighton.
The Leighton Buzzard Market on High Street is the most popular market held on Tuesdays and Saturdays. There is also a Farmers Market hosted on the third Saturday of every month. You will be surprised at the choice of shops in Leighton. There’s everything from food to fashion with a number of stores located around High Street in the town centre. If you are looking for antiques, you ought to visit Upstairs Downstairs on North Street. There are number of jewellery stores on High Street such as Pyman Jewellers and Stephen Alan's Jewellers.
One of the hotels within the town of Leighton Buzzard is the Swan Hotel, which serves as a convenient base for your visit to the town and its attractions and beyond. The hotel is located on High Street and offers guests a choice of amenities.
Among the popular restaurants are Methi on Bridge Street in the town centre. There are two restaurants on North Street which include Mama Rosa and New Himalaya Tandoori. Alternatively, Head over to Lake Street for a taste of Thai cuisine at The Peacock.