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96% Local History
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92% Local History and Heritage
Browser does not support script. Heritage There are fascinating reminders of our past dotted all around the Borough of Bedford, tucked away on country lanes, among them the extraordinary 16th century dovecote and stables at Willington.
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37% Brief History of Bedford
Browser does not support script. The Norman Conquest after 1066 led to the building of Bedford Castle on a large site to the north-east of the town bridge, which may also have existed at this time. He published The State of the Prisons in 1777 and travelled abroad as well as throughout England.
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35% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Bull Public House Leighton Buzzard
The Bull Public House Leighton Buzzard 44 High Street in June 2008. Each inn also has a name beside it which appears to be the name of the licensee (who may both, of course, also have been the owner in some cases) is not stated.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
35% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Black Lion 20 High Street Leighton Buzzard
The Black Lion 20 High Street Leighton Buzzard The Black Lion in June 2008. 1772-1777: Quitrental of Leighton Buzzard Manor: Ann Capon, now wife of [blank] Joans late John Capon's, formerly George Christmas, now William Ingram 3/4 [KK785]; W. The results for Number 20 were as follows:. The Black Lion remains a public house at the time of writing [2009].
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35% History and Characters
Browser does not support script. The Meeting House has a number of stained glass windows depicting scenes from The Pilgrim's Progress, which proved an inspiration to Terry Waite when he himself was incarcerated in a Beirut prison.
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33% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Red Lion High Street Leighton Buzzard
The Red Lion High Street Leighton Buzzard 27 High Street June 2008. The private house included on the premises comprised an entrance hall, a dining room measuring 15 feet by 19 feet, a sitting room measuring 10 feet 9 inches by 12 feet 9 inches and a kitchen measuring 15 feet by 11 feet;
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33% Elstow - The Moot Hall & Village Green
Browser does not support script. Click on any of the images below to view full size image. from 1pm to 4pm. Casual Visitors; Schools; Rate Per Hour (min 2hrs). Contact Details: . Email: moot.hall@bedford.gov.uk.
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32% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Black Lion 23 High Street Leighton Buzzard
The Black Lion 23 High Street Leighton Buzzard Ravenstone Chambers June 2008. Each inn also has a name beside it which appears to be the name of the licensee (who may both, of course, also have been the owner in some cases) is not stated.
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32% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Education & Local Studies Packs
Education & Local Studies Packs Each pack contains a selection of images from our collections and teacher's notes. Life of a Victorian Child. Industrial Revolution. Willington. Local Studies Packs for Luton.
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