Luton Irish Forum is marking Lá Fhéile Bríde 2019 (St Brigid’s Day) by hosting its third annual Afternoon Tea event on February 2nd celebrating the achievements of women. This is the first St Brigid’s Day celebrations, and follows on from
Generous members, volunteers and staff at Luton Irish Forum (LIF) got involved in Luton Foodbank’s annual Christmas Appeal by collecting hundreds of food items. LIF Foodbank Appeal Coordinator at LIF Shahanza Arif (pictured left) said: “The Foodbank’s most needed items
Some 200 attended Luton Irish Forum (LIF) Members Christmas party yesterday (Thursday 6th December) at The Celtic Club. Guests included Ruaidhri Dowling from the Irish Embassy and representatives from LIF partner organisations Grassroots, Irish Network Stevenage and Shri Guru Ravidass.
Dear Sir, There has been an increasing focus on the future of the Common Travel Area (CTA) in recent weeks. With the UK’s imminent departure from the EU, members of the Irish community living here in Britain understandably want clarity
Do you live in Luton, and would you like be featured in an artwork that will be displayed at Luton Parkway? We are looking for 4 people who want to share photos, stories, letters, documents and memories to use in
Q. What do music, poetry, lions and MPs fighting all have in common? A. They were all part of Luton Irish Forum’s (LIF) Entertainment Evening on Friday (19th October).Organised by the charity’s Literary Society, the evening featured the LIF choir,