Food and drink trail, Cultural Quarter launch and our summer events flyer ... welcome to this week's edition of our Luton BID news.
Be part of our food and drink leaflet
Businesses based in Luton town centre are being encouraged to join a new Food and Drink Trail, being organised by Luton BID and set to take place on Saturday, 6th August.
In the leadup to the trail we are creating a small food and drink directory and map - and we want to ensure local cafes, restaurants and bars are included.
So, if you run a food or drink business in Luton town centre please email us with your business name, full address and website to
Read all about our Food and Drink Trail HERE.
Cultural Quarter launch
We are delighted to be sponsoring and supporting the official launch of Luton's Cultural Quarter.
Starting on Friday 1st July, local restaurants will set up food stalls and on the outdoor stage there will be street performers, live music and dance. A big screen will broadcast the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and latest blockbuster family films.
For a timetable of next weekend's activities log on to the Cultural Quarter website
The last of our BID funded hanging baskets are now up on George Street and Market Hill.
That means we now have 50 hanging baskets, three barrier baskets, 16 octagonal and three tier displays and 16 window boxes will dotted throughout the town centre.
Thursday, 30th June: Luton BID Tidy Day. Please meet outside the Hat Factory just before 8am. Find out more
Friday, 1st July: Enjoy a weekend of family entertainment to mark the official launch of Luton town centre's Cultural Quarter.
Sunday, 3rd July: Pick up a copy of the Luton on Sunday and read our double page feature on independent town centre businesses.
Monday, July 18th: We are running a two page feature in the Luton on Sunday (to be published 31st July) which will celebrate our diverse range of food and drink businesses. This is the deadline for your submissions (100 words and a pic please). Email
Saturday, 6th August: Luton BID is running a one day Food and Drink Trail, with businesses across the town centre taking part.
How to get involved
All businesses are encouraged to get involved by attending working groups to help steer projects. You can also follow us on Twitter @LutonBID or like us on Facebook Luton BID, or click on the links below.
Look out for our ebulletin next week with details of some of our new projects.
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Luton Business Improvement District (BID)
or partner interested in BID activity.
The BID is project managed by Partnerships for Better Business Ltd (pfbbUK).