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Chalton is a village and civil parish in the Central Bedfordshire district of Bedfordshire, England, immediately north of the Luton/Dunstable conurbation and bounded to the east by the M1 motorway and the Midland Main Line railway line. A footpath, locally known as the "Bound Way", borders the village to the south and south west. This path now forms part of the Chiltern Way.
The fields just around Chalton below Carters hill are the source of the River Flit.
There are several Grade II Listed Buildings in Chalton, including Gostelow House and Yew Tree Farm.
Chalton Lower School stands in the centre of the village and accepts children between ages 4 and 9.
The local public house is called The Star.
Chalton is the current home of the young West End Star, Jack Wilcox.
Chalton became the centre of media attention in 2010 when in a breakthrough case a local woman was acquitted of keeping a brothel.
During the second world war a German bomber jettisoned a stick of bombs in Chalton, they fell on Carters hill and on the fields between the village and The Bound Way. All the bombs exploded but did no damage.
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