Sad news: one of the beautiful trees at the junction of High Town and Hitchin roads has fallen down, uprooted by recent storms. I am not sure when it happened exactly, but it’s gone: ripped cleanly and completely at the roots.
Monthly Archives: January 2014
Morning Yoga Class in High Town starts Wednesday 29 January!
I did warn you I was planning to put the yoga into Yoga World & Pesto for real, and here it is: yoga is coming to High Town Road this January!
Starting 29 January 2014, join me for my NEW early morning class on Wednesday mornings, 7-8am, at High Hats, 77 High Town Road.
Never Mind the Bollards: Friends of High Town Meeting, January 2014
As an occasional listener of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, I am always reminded of ‘Thought for the Day’, the curiously annoying daily religious segment, by the acronym for our local residents’ group, the Friends of High Town (or FoHT), whose first meeting of 2014 took place last night on High Town Road. Indeed, local friend Grumbly Bob and I devised our own theme tune to Thought for the Day, to the tune of ‘Egg on Your Face’:
Thought for the Day, Thought for the Day/
Get your thinking out the way: it’s Thought for the Day!
Food Special: Luton Officially Eight Times More Special Than Dunstable
If your new year’s resolution is to eat less, lose weight and save money on eating out, you’ve come to the right place. Only one week in to 2014, Luton has delivered generous municipal support designed to galvanise your intentions for post-festive restraint in the form of news, released yesterday, that no fewer than 16 of our local eating establishments achieved a round and umami-rich zero in respect of food hygiene, as assessed by Luton Borough Council in conjunction with the Food Standards Agency. Continue reading
Luton’s Vital Signs (Part 1)
Happy new year, everyone, and welcome to another year of aspirational Luton living. To ease you into 2014 (and back into work, for those who are), Yoga World & Pesto presents the first part of my round-up of Luton-found signs. First up, it’s the Luton News, who prove time and again that no news really can be good news. Enjoy! Continue reading