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Brexit and the Irish community

Luton Irish Forum

Thursday, April 13, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (BST)

Brexit and the Irish community

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General Admission Apr 7, 2017 Free  

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As Britain withdraws from the European Union, we are inviting you to attend a discussion with Ambassador Dan Mulhall on the evening of 13 April, 7pm – 9pm at Luton Irish Forum.

In conversation with Brian O'Connell, Journalist and Communications Advisor, the Ambassador will discuss the possible implications for Ireland and the Irish in Britain of Brexit.

A drinks reception and Q&A session will follow.

Doors open at 6.30pm

Have questions about Brexit and the Irish community? Contact Luton Irish Forum

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Luton Irish Forum
102 Hitchin Road
LU2 0ES Luton
United Kingdom

Thursday, April 13, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (BST)

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Luton Irish Forum

Luton Irish Forum (LIF) is a registered charity and limited company formed in 1997, with over 500 members and a fully accessible centre close to Luton Town Centre. Whilst originally set up to safeguard the needs of the Irish residents in Luton, LIF is now a truly representative community organisation serving Luton’s diverse vulnerable and socially excluded people. 

 LIF provides Welfare support through appointments and home visits relating to welfare benefits, housing, debt, applications for an Irish Passport and provides practical support to engage with Ombudsman services, tribunals, courts and appeals. 

LIF coordinates a range of activities, groups and events which raise cultural awareness including St Patrick’s Festival, The Emerald Pipe Band, Cultural Seminars and School Workshops. We promote health and wellbeing and community learning through Keep fit, Irish Language Classes, The Literary Society, The Calligraphy Group, Art Classes and Computer Club. 

LIF facilitates social opportunities through our Elders Project, Baby & Toddler Group and Business LINk. We manage an information website This is Luton for young Irish and Polish people who are considering moving to or who have just arrived in Luton. We also manage Catching the Boat an online archive showcasing the working lives of the Irish that settled in Luton from 1940 to 1960. 

Finally, LIF holds the contract for Healthwatch Luton, an independent consumer champion for health and social care services in Luton, works with partners to provide further opportunities that its members can take advantage of such as yoga, dance, Desmond (group for those with or at risk of Diabetes) and a Polish advice drop-in and casework service and contributes to local and national policy.

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