King Charles III will visit Luton next week Tuesday for first time as monarch.
Upon arrival, His Majesty the King will be greeted at The Town Hall by Mrs Susan Lousada, Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire and Councillor Sameera Saleem, Mayor of Luton. The King will have the opportunity to meet with local community leaders and voluntary organisations including representatives from The Ghana Society, Royal British Legion, the Luton Town Football Academy, veterans, cadets, and members of the public.
Festus Akinbusoye, Bedfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, who was
previously supported by the Prince’s Trust will also be there. According to the program, King Charles III will also be introduced to Mandy Johnson, an artist who has been commissioned by the council to produce illustrations in support of its work on social justice.
He will also visit the Guru Nanak Gurdwara temple in Luton Dallow Road and meet volunteers
at the Luton Sikh Soup Kitchen. Luton Youth Orchestra is invited to sing for His Majesty.
Luton DART Parkway Station
The King will visit Luton Direct Air-Rail Transit (DART), which will speed travellers from Luton Airport Parkway station to the terminal of London Luton Airport in under four minutes. The King will then proceed into the Control Room and be shown technology used to run the DART. Graham Olver,CEO of Luton Rising will explore more about the long-term sustainability of the programme and benefits to the environment.
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