The Luton Lea Catchment Partnership is a group of individuals and organisations united to improve the River Lea. 

 

From its sources in Houghton Regis, Lewsey and Leagrave through Luton to Luton Hoo lakes, the partnership works with local people to make this happen.

 

We are developing a plan to pin-point the problems facing the River Lea in the area and to propose actions for tackling them. Explore this site to find out about this plan, our projects, events and how you can get involved.

Latest news for the Luton Lea

Do you live or work in Luton? Make your lunchtimes livelier by heading out on free guided walks.

Sustrans runs an hour-long walk every Thursday from Luton Town Hall. The walks follow a variety of routes, including a loop through Wardown Park. Read more...

Did you know that there are fantastic health walks on offer to Luton locals for free? The good news doesn't end there, either – the walks have been enhanced with information about the natural features of your neighbourhood. Read more...

A team of 17 unemployed Luton volunteers have improved their prospects and a local green space by joining a course in Luton's Leagrave Park. Read more...

LoveLEA: explore it, use it, protect it. We're encouraging community engagement through various projects. Photo credit: David Oakley-Hill.

LoveLEA: explore it, use it, protect it.

The Luton Lea Catchment Partnership is embarking on a whole raft of community engagement projects. They all encourage people to help the River Lea on its way from Houghton Regis, Lewsey and Leagrave to London. More info to follow! If you want to get involved or know of a community group who'd like to take part, please do get in touch.  

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