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There has been a settlement here since prehistoric times and an Iron Age hill fort is marked on maps in neighbouring Houghton Regis. Dunstable is situated on the crossing of two Roman Roads, Icknield Way and Watling Street, and the Romans had a posting station here until they left the country.

Shops are concentrated down both sides of the high street. There are still two old coaching inns. Dunstable sits on the A5 which was a main north - south route in earlier centuries.
Until the 11th century, Dunstable was a heavily wooded area but Henry 1 had the area cleared and encouraged settlements. He had a royal residence built to use for hunting trips. Now, Dunstable is famous for it's downs that form the highest point in Bedfordshire.

Just to the north of Dunstable and connected to it sits Houghton Regis. At one time, Houghton Regis was the important settlement with Dunstable being almost a suburb of it.
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Dunstable Bowmen and Junior Club - Web Site
Dunstable Cricket Club - Web Site
Dunstable Downs Golf Club - Web Site
Dunstable Karate Club - Web Site
Dunstable Road Runners - Web Site
Dunstable Tennis Club - Web Site
Dunstablians Rugby Football Club - Web Site
Eaton Bray Cricket Club - Web Site
Edelsborough Tennis Club - Web Site
International Atemi Jujitsu - Web Site
London Gliding Club - Web Site
Slip End Tennis Club - Contact
Tae Kwon Do Club (Houghton Regis) - Web Site
Tang Soo Do Federation - Web Site

Caddington Local History Group - Web Site
Dunstable Active Plus Group - Web Site
Dunstable Amateur Operatic Society - Contact
Dunstable and District Aquarist Society - Web Site
Dunstable and District Local History Society - Web Site
Dunstable and District Walking and Hostelling Group - Web Site
Dunstable Rep at the Little Theatre - Web Site
Dunstable Writers - Contact
Eaton Bray Taverners Bridge Club - Web Site
Edelsborough Book Group - Contact
Litwits Reading Group - Contact
Manshead Archaeological Society - Web Site
Orbit Club - Dunstable & District - Web Site
Pot Pourri Music Club - Contact
Regis Bridge Club - Web Site
Rotary Club of Dunstable - Contact
RSPB Luton and South Beds Local Group - Web Site
Totternhoe Players - Web Site
Trefoil Guild - Dunstable Division - Contact
Ukie-Toones Gathering - Totternhoe - Web Site
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