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On Tuesday 17 June, students from Wigmore Primary School in Luton travelled to Franklins Gardens in Northampton to compete in TAG rugby against other schools from the East of England in the Northampton Saints Schools Cup.

United Nation’s International Day for Countering Hate Speech 18 June

Community leaders gathered outside the Town Hall yesterday to highlight their commitment to ensuring Luton is no place for hate.

Work will start week commencing 24 June on a new state-of-the-art skate park and children’s play areas in Wigmore Park.

Luton Council is calling for support in tackling what is becoming an ever-growing problem – the online abuse of public officials, election candidates and their supporters.

Luton Council is working in partnership with Barnfield College and DWP to host an inclusive jobs fair in Luton, which will take place on Tuesday 2 July at Barnfield College.

The countdown to the parliamentary election in Luton on Thursday 4 July is underway. Residents will go to the polls to elect a Member of Parliament for the ‘Luton North’ and ‘Luton South and South Bedfordshire’ constituencies.

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