The pandemic has had a huge impact on Luton. Despite the many challenges the past year has presented, the Luton community has come together to support one another through this difficult time. One year on, we wanted to say: “Thank you”.
Get the non-pork injectable flu vaccine to protect the vulnerable and reduce pressure on healthcare services
Flu affects our immune system making it easier for us to contract other infections (such as Covid-19 or pneumonia). For those suffering from a long-term illness, contracting flu at the
Luton mosques have been involved in a 2 year study working with Public Health England, NHS England, Maidenhall Primary School, NHS Foundation Trust Essex Partnership University to increase flu vaccination
It has been 20 years since the publication of Runnymede Trust’s Commission on British Muslims and Islamophobia and more than two years have elapsed since Bedfordshire Police began recording hate
Luton Council of Mosques and the Sunni Council of Mosques have been working with Luton Churches as part of Faiths Against Child Sexual Exploitation (FACEs) with a commitment to safeguard all children in Luton from sexual exploitation. In March, we delivered a successful training session to approximately 60 faith leaders from across the