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Barton le Clay is a village and a civil parish located between Bedford and Luton, approximately 35 miles north of London, having been in existence since at least 1066 and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Barton le Clay offers a wealth of local amenities including restaurants, newsagents, post office and a supermarket to name but a few. Public services include a GP surgery, library, dental practice, lower and middle schools (Good OFSTED Rating 2014).
It’s geographical position means that excellent transport links are close by, with Harlington train station (Thameslink line) and the M1 (jct 12) both within five miles. The A6 also provides direct access through Bedford and onward to Carlisle whilst to the east Hitchin is easily accessible by car.
Barton le Clay is situated at the foot of the Sharpenhoe Clappers, an area of natural outstanding natural beauty offering unrivalled, picturesque views and walks throughout the area.