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Electricians in Dunstable

Dunstable is a market town and civil parish located in Bedfordshire, England. It lies on the eastward tail spurs of the Chiltern Hills, 30 miles north of London.

Morgans have serviced clients in this area for many years and you can be assured of a quick response to your requirement.

Nearby villages areas include


People have been coming to Aldbury, southwest of Dunstable, for a very long time. Bronze Age men were buried here.


Ampthill, or Amrnetelle as it is recorded in the Domesday book, is situated in the centre of the county.


Barton-Le-Clay (or Barton in the Clay) straddles the A6 about seven miles north of Dunstable.


The village of Battlesden, about 6 miles northwest of Dunstable, is so small that if you blink while passing through you might miss it.


To many people Billington, about 5 miles west of Dunstable.


Caddington is a large village situated near to the Hertfordshire border, just south of Dunstable.


Situated between the towns of Dunstable, Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard,

Eaton Bray

Eaton Bray is situated just west of Dunstable.



Eggington (possibly ‘Ecca’s hill’) has always been a small, self-contained village, and settlement can be traced back to prehistoric times.


Lying about 7 miles southeast of Dunstable, until 20 years ago Flamstead was a small village surrounded by many farms.

Flitton & Greenfield

The village of Flitton with the hamlet of Greenfield is situated about nine miles to the north of Dunstable and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.


Flitwick is situtated about 8 miles north of Dunstable. ‘Small is beautiful’ applied to Flitwick many years ago, noted in the Domesday Book.


Harlington is situated about 6 miles north of Dunstable. Sheltered by the Chiltern Hills.


Within living memory Hexton village, 10 miles northeast of Dunstable, has changed very little in appearance.


The village of Hockliffe, about 4 miles northwest of Dunstable, dates back to the 11th century, although there is some evidence of a settlement in Roman times.

Houghton Regis

In Saxon times Houghton Regis, just west of Dunstable, was a very large parish. Its origins date back to Stone Age man.


Ivinghoe is a picturesque village, about 7 miles west of Dunstable, with old houses clustered on two sides of the village Lawn.

Little Gaddesden

Little Gaddesden is an exceptionally attractive village set on a ridge 600ft up in the Chiltern Hills, lying between Dunstable and Hemel Hempstead.


The Grand Union Canal runs through Marsworth with an arm of the canal going off to Aylesbury. The village, about ten miles southwest of Dunstable.

Milton Bryan

The village of Milton Bryan is situated about 7 miles northwest of Dunstable.


Situated about ten miles southwest of Dunstable, Pitstone was a very small village until the advent of the Tunnel Cement Company in the late 1940s.


Situated about 7 miles north of Dunstable, Pulloxhill is the modern name. Long ago the place was known as ‘Pulloc’s hill’.


Within living memory Slapton was a self contained village with three farms, a brickyard, church and chapel, school, shop, mill, a blacksmith and a cobbler.


Stopsley today is a thriving community about 7 miles east of Dunstable, on the north-eastern outskirts of Luton.


Streatley is situated about 5 miles north of Dunstable on the A6.


Sundon is in the south of the county just north of Dunstable, in the area of Chiltern chalk.


Tingrith, about 7 miles north of Dunstable, is one of the smallest villages in Bedfordshire.


Toddington is situated about 5 miles north of Dunstable.


Totternhoe, about 2 miles west of Dunstable, is a straggling village that has three ends – Church End, Middle End and Lower End!


The parish of Whipsnade, about 4 miles south of Dunstable, consists of three separate communities.


Although it is now a village, about 9 miles northwest of Dunstable, Woburn still has the status of a town, and is steeped in history.