The town’s historians, archaeologists, churches and schools have worked together under the banner of “Promoting Dunstable” to research the full medieval story of the town from 1100-1540.
Details of the many aspects of this project can be found here.
Jean Yates Project Officer
Dunstable Priory owned Lead Mines in Derbyshire.
Dunstable was the scene of many tournaments attended by Kings, Queens, Princes, Earls and Barons.
Henry I invited the Augustinian Canons to found a Priory at Dunstable in the early 1100s.
Events in Dunstable from 1100 to 1540s
A new book about the spectacular mock battles held in Dunstable in medieval times has just been published. Written by John Buckledee and illustrated by Robin Davies.
Suitable for all ages and priced at £9.99.
Visit our book store here
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