For each HSHAZ the cultural programme will be designed and led by a local Cultural Consortium.

The Cultural Programme/ Cultural Consortium sits alongside the HSHAZ. It involves Cultural activities and events led by the Dunstable Cultural Consortium.

Historic England are working on the cultural programme in partnership with National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England. The Dunstable Cultural Consortium are working with Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity (BRCC) and they will be planning and delivering the cultural programme.

The Consortium involves several existing local organisations, groups and societies along with individuals who will be coming together as one to deliver the cultural programme. If you have any queries or suggestions please contact the Consortium by email

The Cultural Consortium involves a number of local organisations, groups and societies along with individuals. It includes Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity (BRCC), Dunstable Town Guides, Friends of Priory House and Gardens, Dunstable and District Local History Society, High Street South/Middle Row traders representative -The Workhouse, Medieval Dunstable, Dunstable Education Group, Grove Theatre, Dunstable Library, Promoting Dunstable and Priory Church of St Peter.

Check out more about the Consortium on BRCC’s website at:

Whilst the team of largely volunteers are currently looking into future projects and activities they would love to hear from you with any ideas or suggestions. Please contact the Consortium by email

In the meantime watch this space for more details on the exciting projects that lie ahead.

Consortium Projects

Dunstable Art Trail

A Plaque of Henry VIII under the archway leading to the White Horse Inn Dunstable

The Cultural Consortium would love to hear the views of Dunstable residents.

What type of events interest you?

What bits of Dunstable’s rich history would you like to learn more about?

Click the link below and have your say, it will only take a couple of minutes to complete and will help shape this exciting programme.

Dunstable residents survey