Kasai Masai, Limpopo Groove, Zulu Dancers, British band 3 Kings, and other local artists are among the headline performances at this year’s festival. The festival will be held on Saturday, July 23 at Manor Park, Luton town centre. Luton AfroFest will be a celebration of African culture, showcasing traditional music, art, dance, and food. More […]
Expansion of London Luton Airport; Have Your Say Members of the public are being invited to have their say on the expansion of London Luton Airport. An online consultation that began on the 8 of February and runs until 4 April is open to Luton residents. Luton Rising the new trading name for London Luton […]
Without Dennis’ incredible generosity and continued support, Keech Hospice Care, as a charity, would not today be able to care for seriously ill children or support their families, making the difference when it matters the most. Our children’s service is Dennis’ legacy and he has left the community a remarkable gift.”, Liz Searle, CEO at […]
Luton Council announced Luton Street Fest, a series of two-day events to take place over the next few months across the town centre. Open to all ages, these events will be held in partnership with The Culture Trust, local restaurants, traders, and creatives. The main aim of these events is to bring the Hat District […]
Luton Young Voices is a social network that encourages and trains young people between 16-20 years old to communicate and share their current issues. This space on AUKRADIO provides Young People not just with access to useful information but also gives them the opportunity to chat with experienced senior communities leaders. We train them to […]
“Dressed to the Nines” by London-born visual artist, designer, maker, photographer, and teacher Alva Clifford Wilson was celebrated on the 13 of October in Luton, Wardown House, Museum, and Gallery as part of Black History Month’s celebration. Alva shares how his heritage and Windrush have inspired his career throughout the years. Elegantly dressed, Alva was […]
Luton Hight Streets, Small Business Post Lockdown.
Andrew Robbins at the Stand Up to Racism March in London.