A collection of conjectural drawings by local historian, artist, and a fellow town guide Tony Woodhouse.
Dunstable Town Guides are part of a new group called Historical Dunstable created together by the Friends of Priory House and Gardens, Dunstable and District Local History Society. Our first project is to publish a collection of conjectural drawings by Tony Woodhouse.
Tony is a founding member of the Town Guides, a well known historian in the town and talented artist. Over many years he has gained a comprehensive understanding of the town’s history and in particular its archaeology and architecture. He has used this knowledge to create accurate conjectural representations of the town’s buildings and events throughout its life.
The book was published in November 2020, and is essential for anyone who wants to know what Dunstable looked like in times past.
Order your copy by visiting our Books for Sale page
For further information and a selection of pages, join our Historical Dunstable Facebook page or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a non-profit voluntary organisation full of people passionate about local history offering walks and talks on the heritage of Dunstable for the public, clubs, societies, scouting, guiding and schools.
Dunstable Town Guides Volunteers Wanted
Growing public interest in the history of the town means that Dunstable Town Tour Guides are looking for volunteers. Find out fascinating facts, develop your natural communication skills, and learn how to entertain and inform groups of all ages with walks and talks. To find out more please contact Kay Kempster by email at email@example.com, or find us on Facebook.
Tea Time Tales
Tea Time Tales with refreshments are held at Priory House on alternate Thursday afternoons at 2.30pm. Booking is essential.
How To Book
Adult walk ticket price: £5
Child walk ticket price: £2.50
Tea Time Tales ticket price: £6
Tickets need to be booked in advance from Priory House Heritage Centre 01582 891420.