Luton Irish Forum (LIF) threw its Volunteers a Halloween party on 1st November, and everyone got into the spirit. The occasion, is now part of the Forum’s annual programme of events, to thank the charity’s invaluable volunteers and to say
One of Ireland’s principal historians, Marianne Elliott OBE, will be sharing her knowledge and experience at Luton Irish Forum on Thursday 14th November (7-9pm) in a talk entitled ‘Religion and cultural identity in Northern Ireland’. The struggle between Catholic and
For charities and community groups struggling to engage younger generations, Luton Irish Forum has produced ‘Generation Irish’ – a model of working across the generations for all BME organisations. The report is the result of a research project which surveyed
As part of their year-long 50th anniversary celebrations and Luton St Patrick’s Festival, Luton Irish Forum coordinated a concert of current and former pupils, teachers of Cardinal Newman School, and their families at the Luton Library Theatre on 13 March.
Thanks to the Common Travel Area (CTA), Irish citizens in the UK and British citizens in Ireland can continue to live, work, study, travel freely, access public health and social services, after the UK leaves the EU. The CTA enables
Dr Ruth Beecher would like to invite you to take part in a project Tá Úna Gan A Gúna. Below she outlines the reasons for the project and what it will involve so you can decide whether you would like to