Councillors, senior leaders and staff from both the council and the CCG will be pounding the pavements on 27 October in support of a local homelessness initiative.
Luton Council celebrated Black History Month with a special afternoon tea in the Town Hall yesterday, 16 October.
A Luton Council social worker has been shortlisted for a prestigious award in recognition of his outstanding work in supporting adults in need of support.
If you’re a parent of a pupil in Year 6, you have until 31 October 2019 to apply for a high school place for September 2020.
Experts have set out their views on how economic growth in Luton can best be achieved and comments are now being sought from Luton’s businesses and communities.
Luton Council’s Deputy Leader Cllr Sian Timoney has once again praised Luton’s rail users, residents and businesses as she announced a positive step towards securing much needed improvements to Luton rail station.
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