Leighton Linslade Virtual Museum
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Welcome to the Leighton-Linslade Virtual Museum. Here we hope to preserve images relating to the history of the town and provide information on the changes that have taken place since its existence was first recorded in 1086. As you move around the site you will find a selection of items showing what life was like in Leighton Buzzard and Linslade, including domestic and commercial artefacts, information on prominent people and images of architecturally interesting buildings. Use the floor plan to access the galleries that are available so far.

The Museum is very much in its fledgling state, and the contents has to some extent been dictated by the artefacts that were immediately available to the Museum's virtual creators. If you would like to contribute towards the content of the site or have any suggestions as to how the Museum could be improved then we would be pleased to hear from you. Our contact details are available in the Reception.

Foyer Notice Board
Latest Additions
A Death Penny presented to the family of John Mead following his death in action sometime after Christmas 1917
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Assortment of glass bottles found in Anderson shelter in a local garden... more info
Pulford School was first built in Church Square in 1790 ... more info
The history of Leighton Buzzard and Linslade Schools is particularly distinguished by the work of Mary Bassett ... more info
Visitors Comment Book
References & Acknowledgements
How to move through this Museum