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Current Project

This project aims to educate children between the ages of 5 and 11 in numeracy and literacy learning through extra classes on Saturdays. This project was initially funded by Luton Borough Council through Supplementary School grants, also The Ernest Cook Trust donated towards this work.


The Consultancy Home Counties Limited, Wixamtree Trust, Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation.
The project was enabled to communicate with migrants and refugees struggle to integrate, socially isolated and incredibly hard to find employment. The participants have accessed to employability skills training, improve language and IT skills, job searching, learning the language needed to read and complete applications, CV writing and interview skills.


The African Caribbean Carers Support Group has been established to support African and Caribbean Informal Carers.  The aim is to hold regular meetings and provide a specialised information service that focuses on specific issues associated with African and Caribbean Carers.

Who is an Informal Carer?
A Carer is a person who cares for a relative, partner or friend, or for a child with a disability.  Many people who care do not identify themselves as Carers, and therefore they carry on unaware of the support available to them. Included are Young Carers (carers who are under the age of 18).


Caring for family member, someone who is ill or who has a disability?
Come and join us to celebrate
‘Carer’s week is helping to build a carers friendly communities’
• We support carers to maintain health and wellbeing living.
• We support with advice, information and guidance
We look forward to see you on this carers event.
Please confirm if you are able to attend 07472 662664 or 07472 102111 or 01582 691990