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...

The front cover of the River Lea education resource pack

The Luton Lea is the section of the River Lea from Houghton Regis, Lewsey and Leagrave Park to Luton Hoo Lakes. This guide introduces six sites where schools can easily access the River and/ or its tributaries, provides key information on access and safety along with some suggested activities at each site. Read more...

An exciting new project has just been launched to connect young people to the River Lea in Luton and Central Bedfordshire. The Junior River Wardens programme is a citizen science project which will engage 16 schools and four youth or uniformed groups in the Luton Lea catchment area to monitor the River Lea and its tributaries. Read more...

Houghton Regis resident Sally has been keeping an eye on the Woodside Link developments and helping to limit the impact they have on local wildlife. Read more...

Groundwork Luton & Bedfordshire has run Greening Up with two groups of Luton residents this year - the first started in January and ended in March, and the second began in May and finished in June. Read more...

The University of Bedfordshire's School of Art and Design is hosting the Frame Graduate Show from 2 - 15 June. Read more...

Help monitor the state of the River Lea and its wildlife by joining the Thames Water Blitz. Read more...

Outstanding pieces of River Lea-inspired art and design work are on display in a free exhibition at The Hat Factory in Luton this week. Read more...

Tesco's Bags of Help grant programme, administered by Groundwork, is open for applications from Monday 18 April. Read more...

Work is in progress for the Rivers and Wagtails project. Read more...

The Source of the River Lea in Leagrave Park, Luton, is having a spring clean. Read more...

The previously redundant Bide-A-While allotment site has been reinstated as a community growing project thanks to the efforts of fifteen unemployed Luton volunteers. Read more...

Local volunteers joined forces with Trevor Tween from Luton Borough Council and the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire this weekend. Read more...

Luton's Wardown Park Museum has been awarded £1.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to conserve the historic building and transform the way its story is told. Read more...

On Thursday 30 July 2015, a large gathering of locals celebrated the reopening of the beloved suspension bridge that spans Wardown Lake in Luton's Wardown Park. Read more...

Guests braved the weather to celebrate the achievements at the Source of the River Lea

A group of local organisations and residents gathered in Luton's Leagrave Park on Friday 29 May to celebrate the improvements made to the Source of the River Lea. Read more...

Helen Hoyle from Sheffield University is creating a meadow area in Wardown Park which will be the location for a 3 year research project into the value of wild flower meadows.  Read more...

Do you want to burn off your Christmas and New Year indulgences in January? Get involved in the final stage of restoration and improvement works in Luton’s Leagrave Park! Read more...

A group of Luton volunteers has been hard at work in Marsh Farm. Over the past six weeks they’ve created a path through Leagrave Park’s Rotten Corner – now a lot more inviting than its name suggests! Read more...

Major works to restore and improve a wooded area in Luton’s Leagrave Park got underway this week thanks to funding secured by local community charity Groundwork Luton & Bedfordshire. Read more...

Luton Lea Catchment Partnership launch event

Visitors to Wardown Park on Saturday 6 September 2014 were treated to free activities, advice and water-saving devices – all to celebrate the River Lea.  Read more...

Groundwork Luton & Bedfordshire is working with three Luton Schools to raise awareness of water pollution in the town.  Read more...

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