his minority thus ensuring the queen's future interest. BBC Three Counties Radio moves its studio to Dunstable Grove area from Luton. All England cricket match in Dunstable Park. Windmill at West Street commissioned as the Training Ship Lionel Preston for Dunstable Sea Cadets. Miss E Boyes retires as headmistress of Burr Street School after 26 years. 1878 North Aisle of the Priory Church reopens after eleven years of restoration work. The town partially destroyed by fire. 1250 Ten tons of lead mined in Derbyshire are put on the Priory's refectory roof. 55 people including the rector support the petition. Dunstable School Cadet Corps drum and bugle band is formed.
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Old streets and terraced cottages demolished behind Middle Row. Creasey Park Community Football Centre is second out of 635 in a national quality assessment scheme. 1266 Henry III, his Queen and Simon de Montfort the Younger (as a prisoner) stay at Dunstable. The Prior dines with John Durrant, a rich wool merchant in the town. Fayrey Pall returned from Victoria Albert Museum. World War Two bomb discovered in Wembley is detonated in Kensworth Quarry.
1543 King Henry and Queen Catherine Parr in Dunstable. Dunstable Old Contemptibles among those inspected by Winston Churchill at Luton Hoo. Instrument Movements opens in London Road, making precision instruments. 1870 The Manor of Dunstable is purchased by the Corporation from the Crown. The omnibus service ceases conveying letters to Luton. Valid for 2019 Summer Season.