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Book Sales and Shop


Priory House is also the home of a unique gift shop that offers high quality gift ware to the discerning visitor. Merchandise includes items for birthdays, weddings and other special occasions, together with locally sourced products and pocket money gifts.

The gift shop prides itself in having many locally made products on sale.


Medieval Dunstable - Book with DVD on sale at Priory House for £12.50 and by mail order Telephone number 01582 891420   P&P £3.50






















Playing the DVD on a XP Computer


System Requirements

To view the “Modern Day Panoramas” a Min of 2 GB of RAM and Flash Player 10 or greater is required.

Turn on your  PC Speakers


User Instructions


An error was found during the Production of the DVD that only affects XP Users.


When you Insert the Disk into the DVD Player Drive an “ error message appears “ ( Windows cannot find PIM). Just click OK then Open “My Computer”, look for the DVD RW Drive, R Click and select “Play”. Shortly the Main Menu will appear.


The DVD Player Screen will have a visible navigation panel, If it is not visible hover your mouse over the

bottom of the screen to make it appear. Use only the LH Mouse Button to control these functions. To return to the Main Menu you have to go right to the END of that section unless you see a Back Button on the screen.


When directed to the “rom content folder” Press ESC to exit Full Screen, minimise the Player Screen to the bottom. Open “My Computer” again look for DVD RW Drive, R click and select “explore” to display the “rom content folder”.


To view some files, you will need to have software that will open MS Word, jpgs and pdfs. The first of the Panoramas to view should be “PIM April 13 Tour” (based on Page 143 of the Book), followed by “Dunstable Priory Today”.