Love Luton was formed in 2010 to lead the City Status bid. While that was unsuccessful the campaign continued into 2012 for celebrations for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and hosting the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay. The Love Luton campaign is planned to continue through 2016 and beyond.
|Some of the Love Luton campaign badges amongst others in my pin collection. I've got a stack of the new round pin to give out on my travels|
Emily and I have lived in Luton since we came to study in the town in the year 2000. It's certainly an interesting place. There are plenty of quirks, interesting history and fun to be had here.
|You can find the source of the River Lea in Luton. It's not far from where we live in the northern bit of the town called Leagrave|
Over the years we've been involved in a lot of events in the town, and we can say we've explored pretty much everything the town has had to offer and are proud to be adopted Lutonians.
|The 'Love Luton' branded Arriva bus went past Wardown Park just before the official count at the successful Guinness World Record attempt for the 'Largest Gathering of People Wearing Boater Hats' organised by the town's Museum Makers. I wonder what all the people driving along Old Bedford Road thought of the massed ranks of be-hatted people assembled in the park!|
Check out the links below for more on the Love Luton campaign.
- Love Luton website
- Love Luton on Twitter
- Love Luton on Facebook
Related blog posts:
- Luton is still a town
- Lutonians break Guinness World Record!