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Luton Borough Council


logo of black history month with red yellow and green colour splashes across black background

Black History Month takes place every year in October, and this year we want to take the opportunity to celebrate the role models in our own black community here in Luton.

View of the exterior of the school building

Along with The Creating Tomorrow Trust, we are really excited to announce the opening of Windmill Hill School this week (13 September) - Luton’s new 120-place special free school for secondary aged children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Hazel Simmons and Tom Shaw meet Afghan refugees

Information for those interested in helping:

Town Hall from St George's Square

Luton is named as a priority in the East of England as Arts Council England announces commitment to 54 priority places.

Town Hall

Luton Council begins work to avoid flooding and a build-up of mud at the Vale Cemetery.

Following public consultation and stakeholder engagement, Luton’s Heritage Strategy has been launched with a programme of events through September to showcase the town’s rich history.

2 Sep 2021

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