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Mentioned in the domesday book, Barton Le Clay lies between Luton 6 miles to the South and Bedford on the A6. To the south-east of the village are the Barton Hills which form the north-east extremity of the Chiltern Hills. Much of the chalk hill downland is now a nature reserve. The village is served by regular bus services.

Harlington lies to the west of Barton Le Clay. It is just a couple of miles from The M1 motorway and is served by the Thameslink railway with connections north to Bedford and south as far as Gatwick and Brighton. It has several churches, a couple of pubs and several village shops including a post office.
Toddington is situated just 1/2 mile from the M1 motorway and is served by both Harlington and Leagrave railway stations. At one time it was renowned for having more pubs per head of population than any other village in the UK. Built around a village green, Toddington boasts a good selection of shops and even it's own theatre.

There is a good bus service connecting Toddington with nearby Dunstable as well as Bedford to the north. On it's doorstep to the north are several villages and hamlets set in deep countryside.
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Toddington Karate Club - Web Site
Westoning Tennis Club - Contact
Barton District Conservation Group - Contact

Barton Player - Web Site
Harlington Drama Club - Contact
Litwits Reading Group - Contact
Pulloxhill Singers - Web Site
Shillington & District Camera Club - Web Site
TADS Theatre Group - Web Site
Toddington Historical Society - Web Site
Toddington Town Band - Web Site
Upstage Theatre Company (Barton) - Web Site
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