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Over 90% of our waste is recycled or converted into energy.
Just 30 miles north of London, at the base of the Chiltern Hills, Dunstable is a historic market town that isn’t afraid of change. As Bedfordshire’s oldest charter town it is proud of its rich heritage, but with the help of considerable local investment, it is a town of the present and for the future.
Living at Kaleidoscope affords you easy access to the town’s shops, outdoor market, supermarkets and retail parks. In addition to pubs, cafés and restaurants, other leisure and entertainment opportunities are close at hand. The Little Theatre, home to Dunstable Rep, is one of the town’s hidden gems, while nearby, overlooking Grove House Gardens, the Grove Theatre is a splendid new entertainment venue, built alongside restaurants, bars, bowling centre, leisure centre and swimming pool. The heart of Dunstable has many historic buildings including Priory House, now a heritage centre, and the Priory Church. A great place for children, the town offers a wide range of schools and good healthcare provision. It also enjoys over 180 acres of open spaces, parks and playgrounds, plus many outdoor sports facilities, including an exciting new skate park.
For greater shopping and leisure opportunities, Milton Keynes and Bedford are within easy reach, while Luton town centre is less than 5 miles away.
For relaxing, the southernmost tip of Bedfordshire has the county’s most varied scenery and includes the Chilterns, which at nearby Dunstable Downs, provide an ideal launching ground for all kinds of gliders. Here you can enjoy leisure time, walking, kite flying or simply relaxing. Other nearby family-friendly attractions includes Whipsnade Zoo, Whipsnade Tree Cathedral, Totternhoe Knolls motte-and-bailey castle, Woburn Abbey and the ever-popular Woburn Safari Park.