Over the past 18 months, over 50 members of Luton Irish Forum learnt how to cook their favourite Indian meals in authentic and traditional style, while sharing their experience of settling in Luton and forming friendships. The Love Cooking Recipe
Staff at Luton Irish Forum are celebrating today for successfully passing the Advice Quality Standard (AQS), a nationally recognised quality mark for organisations providing free, independent advice to members of the public. Luton Irish Forum were first awarded the standard
Green Hearts (a project of Irish In Britain) is holding a press launch of its national blood pressure screening campaign for the Irish community in Britain on Friday 13th April from 10am-11am. Pop in to Luton Irish Forum, have your
Further to the Healthwatch Luton tender process, Healthwatch Luton is becoming independent as part of a consortium with Central Beds Healthwatch on 1st April 2018. The organisation is contactable on the same telephone number, email addresses and website, but will
Luton St Patrick’s Festival 2018 once again delivered an exciting mix of live music, dancing and a comedy drama. Organised mainly by Luton Irish Forum volunteers and staff volunteering their time, it ran from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th March.
An afternoon tea, held at Putteridge Bury country mansion in Luton, marked the end of an exciting project to mark the centenary of women gaining the right to vote in Great Britain. The month of February 2018, marks 100 years