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
His Excellency, Ambassador Adrian O’Neill hosted Luton Irish Forum’s 20th anniversary celebrations at the Embassy of Ireland on 8th February. Luton Irish Forum was established by a small group of community leaders and members as the government was encouraging communities
The Luton St Patrick’s Festival 2018 offers an exciting mix of live music, dancing, a parade, and a comedy drama. Organised by the Luton Irish Forum and running from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th March, all events except the drama
Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) is campaigning for fair transitional arrangements for women born in the 1950s who have had their pension aged moved for up to six years with little or no notice. The women and their families
An exciting new project is starting in Luton to mark the centenary (2018) of women gaining the right to vote in Great Britain. But the suffrage movement was happening across the world and