Extinction Rebellion are touring a ‘Carnival for Life’ around the East of England, and will be bringing their “big, bold, colourful and beautiful” celebration to Luton on Friday the 22nd of July. The carnival will start at Manor Road Park at 3pm and proceed towards George Street and the town hall, where there will beContinue reading ” XR’s Carnival for Life to visit Luton”
Zero Carbon Luton is delighted to be working with Youth Network on the Youth Climate Conference, which will take place on the 11th and 12th of July 2022 at Stockwood Park. Organised by and for young people, this youth-led conference be an opportunity to learn, to question, to help to shape a better future. DayContinue reading “The Youth Climate Conference”
Luton often appears in lists compiled by PR companies hoping for a bit of news attention. Their methodology can often be highly suspect, giving entirely false representations of the town. I recently came across two rather different perspectives on the efficiency of Luton’s homes. This survey had Luton at number five, as one of theContinue reading “Factcheck: Luton’s efficient homes”
How many edible plants could you find on a stroll through your local park? Residents of High Town got to find out recently, on a walk in People’s Park with Jane Simmons, aka The Hitchin Forager. Starting at the park’s green flag, it took a matter of yards to find the first edibles tucked awayContinue reading “What could you forage in your local park?”
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