Originally two separate villages, Leighton Buzzard and Linslade were combined under one town council in the 20th century after their relative expansions made the boundary between them obsolete. It played a major part in the strategy of World War II, with Q Central – now RAF Stanbridge – based there. This was the largest telephone exchange in the world in 1942, and the home of Britain’s secret communications.
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Leighton-Linslade boasts a number of attractions, including:
- Leighton Buzzard Railway Museum
- Ascott House
- Rushmere Country Park
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