Luton

What is Luton known for?


television television

a community radio license from Ofcom. *Luton FM, the university's radio station, runs for 28 days during May. In addition, Ramadan FM broadcasts during the month of Ramadan. *Inspire FM, an Islamic radio station, 105.1 FM, is only available in Luton. Television *Television Luton falls at the cross over point between the two regions of Carlton LWT (ITV London) and Anglia Television (ITV Anglia) which transmits from Norwich. Coverage for most Luton Town FC games and highlights

of Barton-le-Clay, near Luton in Bedfordshire, England. They currently play in the Southern Football League Division One Central and play their home games at Sharpenhoe Road. birth_date 1968 birth_place Luton, England occupation Screenwriter, director & producer '''Danny Cannon''' (born 1968, in Luton, England) is a film and television writer (television writer), director (television director) and producer (television producer). DATE


solo record

had a son, Michael Jonathan later the same year. DATE OF BIRTH 6 December 1952 PLACE OF BIRTH Luton, England DATE OF DEATH In 1976, Most produced Chris Spedding's self-titled album, which was Spedding's first solo record. In 1980, Most discovered Kim Wilde, who was doing backing vocals for her father Marty Wilde at a Luton recording session. After hearing her, Most signed Wilde and produced the single " Kids in America (song) Kids in America


academic partnership

and closed for teaching in 2007. Wikipedia:Luton Commons:Category:Luton


international production

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brand history

. model_years assembly Luton, United Kingdom predecessor The van was produced at the IBC Vehicles plant in Luton, England, adjacent to the main Vauxhall (Vauxhall Motors) factory (GM's British-based passenger car marque). Alongside the Bedford, the Suzuki-branded twin was manufactured for the European market (where Bedford is a less established brand). History Gilbert Deya was ordained by the United Evangelical Church of Kenya He


local social

. Located in the park is Stockwood Discovery Centre a free museum that houses the Mossman Collection and Luton local social history, archaeology and geology. There is an athletics track, an 18-hole golf course, several rugby pitches and areas of open space. The park was originally the estate and grounds to Stockwood house, which was demolished in 1964. Carnival Luton International Carnival is the largest one-day carnival in Europe. It usually


amp skills

on the edge of town in Putteridge Bury, an old Victorian (Victorian architecture) manor house. The other main campus of the university is located in Bedford. The town is home to Luton Sixth Form College and Barnfield College. Both have been awarded Learning & Skills Beacon Status by the Department for Children, Schools and Families.


industry making

emerged from the 16th century onwards. The woodlands had been a source of firewood for London during the mediaeval period. A small-scale woodenware industry; making shovels, brooms, spoons and chairs, began around 1538 and its expansion was accompanied by the planting of beechwoods between 17th and 19th centuries. Straw plaiting was seen as home-based work for the wives and daughters of labourers from the 18th century. Straw was also imported from


quot powerful

Responses to Clarkson's comments are often directed personally, with derogatory comments about residents of Norfolk leading to some residents organising a "We hate Jeremy Clarkson" club. In ''The Guardian's'' 2007 'Media 100' list, which lists the top 100 most "powerful people in the media industry", based on cultural, economic and political influence in the UK, Clarkson was listed as a new entrant at 74th. Some critics even attribute Clarkson's actions and views as being influential enough to be responsible for the closure of Rover (MG Rover Group) and the Luton manufacturing plant of Vauxhall (Vauxhall Motors). ''Auto Trader'' Clarkson versus the world, 13 April 2007 Clarkson's comments about Rover prompted workers to hang an "Anti-Clarkson Campaign" banner outside the defunct Longbridge plant in its last days. South Wollaston (Wollaston, Northamptonshire), Milton Keynes, Leighton Buzzard Southeast Irchester, Rushden, Bedford, Luton, London East Midlands Trains operate direct trains to London St Pancras International (St Pancras railway station) from Wellingborough railway station, departing every 30 minutes, with an average journey time of around 55 minutes. East Midlands Trains: Midland Main Line Timetable Retrieved 28 January 2010 Wikipedia:Luton Commons:Category:Luton


band based

(district) Mid Bedfordshire *Luton and South Bedfordshire background group_or_band origin Luton, UK genre Post-punk Punk rock Gothic rock '''UK Decay''' are an influential British post-punk band, based in Luton. They have been consistently cited as a crucial precursor to the gothic rock) scene. He began playing in 2001 and has won tournaments in Walsall, Melbourne, Luton

Luton

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Luton is home to League Two (Football League Two) team Luton Town Football Club (Luton Town F.C.), whose history includes several spells in the top flight of the English league as well as a Football League Cup triumph in 1988. They play at Kenilworth Road stadium, which has been their home since 1905.

London Luton Airport, opened in 1938, is one of England's major airports. During the Second World War it doubled as an RAF (Royal Air Force) base.

The University of Bedfordshire is based in the town.

The Luton Carnival, which has traditionally been held on the Whitsun May bank holiday, is the largest one-day carnival in Europe. It has for the past two years been held on the Sunday instead. In 2012, it was moved to July to coincide with the Olympic Torch Relay and celebrations.

The town was for many years famous for hat-making, and was also home to a large Vauxhall Motors factory; the head office of Vauxhall Motors is still situated in the town. Car production at the plant began in 1905 and continued until 2002, where commercial vehicle production remains.

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