Our Beach Trip for this year has been cancelled as we haven’t managed to fill the coach with enough people. If you were looking forward to it please keep an ear open to see if we manage to organise a replacement trip in the near future. If you weren’t able to make it due to a conflict of schedule please let us know so we can arrange it on a different day.
This year our beach trip is going to be to Bournemouth. If you’d like to come along please get in contact with Anilbhai, his details are on the flyer. Don’t hesitate as this trip gets sold out almost immediately.
On the 2nd June, we’re holding a yarn making workshop which will end with you making some Rakhi bracelets from recycled fibres. It will be run by our very own Tiya Dahyabhai, who has done workshops like this before. It will take place in 2 sessions at the Luton Hindu Mandir. For more information and to book your place, please take look at the attached flyer.
The Family Fun Day will be on Saturday 6th July at Wicksteed Park.
Download the Family Fun Day 2019 Poster
Bolton branch is holding the Senior Samelan on Saturday 23rd June. For more information take a look at the poster below:
Download the Senior Samelan 2019 Flyer
Please find attached our latest newsletter. One of the key points is that our AGM is coming fast. We would like to see as many people as possible attend so come along if you’re free on the 12th May at 3pm. The flyer is attached.
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We have a local Luton couple – Ashok and Hema Mistry that are looking to go hiking along the West Highland Way in Scotland to raise funds for two hospices. These are St Luke’s Hospice and Keech Hospice care.
The hike is 100 miles starting just north of Glasgow and takes them through a variety of forestry trails seeing some amazing landscapes in four days of strenuous trekking and finally ending at Fort Williams in the shadow of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK.
The trip is fully self funded and all your donations will be divided between these two hospices.
Please click on the link below, read their story and donate to the cause.