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Cyclists prepare for charity ride 
to Flanders to mark anniversary 


A TEAM of cyclists represent¬ 
ing Luton went on a short ride 
on Thursday to promote a 
charity trip to Belgium. 

The cyclists are raising 
money for charities which 
include Help for Heroes, The 
Royal British Legion and the 
Luton Poppy Appeal, with the 
ride organised by Love Luton. 

Leaving Luton on Saturday 
August 2, they will arrive in 
Belgium the following day, 
before travelling to Flanders 
on the Monday, marking the 
day Great Britain declared war 
100 years earlier in the First 
World War. 

Linsey Frostick, Chairperson 
of Love Luton, said: “It is a 
particularly special year with 
our First World War 
Remembrance Programme. 

“Love Luton is pleased to be 
leading this bike ride of which I 


am part of the team and the 
Luton Poppy Appeal which is 
designed for all generations 
from young to old to raise 
awareness and understanding 
of the enormous impact of war 
and its aftermath in the town.” 

Love Luton has also 
organised other events to mark 
100 years since the beginning 
of the Great War. 

The Luton Poppy Appeal is 
one of such initiatives, which 
has seen poppies flowering 
across the town. 

It is most noticeable at 
Flowers Way roundabout. 

Planting has also been taking 
place at schools and wards 
across the town. 

If you are interested in get¬ 
ting involved with the Poppy 
Appeal, or want to find out 
more about the charity ride, 
visit www.loveluton.org.uk 


Airport ready to take-off 


BY CARL MUNGAZI 

carl.mungazipiutononsunday.co.uk 

WORK on the £100million expan¬ 
sion of Luton Airport could begin as 
early as next year, a spokesman for 
the airport operators has said. 

Final planning consent was given 
by Luton council earlier this week 
for the development which will 
create thousands of new jobs. 

A spokesman for the airport’s 
operator said it had now started a 
procurement process for companies 
which will work on the project. 

He added: “Our expectation is that 
we will begin work on the site early 
next year.” 

The expansion will increase the 


airport’s annual passenger capacity 
from 12million to 18million by 2031. 
It includes an expanded and 
modernised terminal building and 
improved surface access. 

The news has been hailed by Luton 
South MP Gavin Shuker who said 
the town was being transformed. 

He said: “It is very welcome news 
that the expansion plans have been 
given the go ahead. 

“It’s been a really proud year for 
the town with some exciting 
developments. 

“We have seen huge businesses like 
Vauxhall and easyjet invest their 
future and secure additional jobs in 
this town; we are seeing the town 
transform as new infrastructure 


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projects change the shape of Luton; 
and of course, seeing Luton Town 
Football Club being promoted was 
widely celebrated by us all.” 

The development is expected to 
increase the airport’s annual eco¬ 
nomic impact by £283m to £1.2bn, 
and create over 5,000 jobs in Luton 
and the surrounding areas. 

Clive Condie, executive chairman 
of Luton Airport, said: “This marks 
the start of an exciting new journey 


for London Luton, as we begin the 
process of transforming the airport 
to deliver a great experience for our 
customers, Luton and the surround¬ 
ing regions. Our vision is for a vastly 
improved airport which plays a 
major role in providing more 
capacity in the London system.” 

Sophie Dekkers, easyjet’s 
Commercial Director, said the 
development would enable the 
airport to ‘meet its full potential’. 

She added that easyjet would be 
able to offer ‘an even greater range 
of business and leisure destinations, 
and drive economic growth and 
provide more jobs’. 

The work at the airport will take 
place over three phases and will 


include the following: 

• Larger, modernised terminal 
building 

• Up to 20 security passenger 
screening lanes 

• 15 immigration passenger screen¬ 
ing lanes 

• Up to eight international and one 
domestic passenger reclaim belts 

• Increased retail, catering, 
circulation and seating areas 

• A new two-storey pier 

• A newly configured road system 
at the Central Terminal area 

• New parallel taxiway for an 
additional six million passengers a 
year from the existing runway 

• New parking facilities, including 
a new multi-storey car park 


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THREE members of a criminal 
gang who challenged their jail 
sentences have been told by top 
judges that the terms were ‘not 
excessive’. 

Mohammed Habib and his 
nephews, Yasdani and Rabani 
Ghulam, were part of the gang, 
which had links with criminal 
organisations in Holland and 
Pakistan. 

Habib, 40, of Charmbury Rise, 
Luton, was locked up for 20 years 
at Maidstone Crown Court in 
November last year after being 
found guilty of supplying class A 
drugs and money laundering. 

Yasdani Ghulam, 32, of Kirby 
Drive, Luton, was jailed for seven 
years and six months, while his 
brother, Rabani Ghulam, 31, of 
Beresford Road, Luton, was 


handed five years and three 
months, after both men admit¬ 
ted money laundering. 

On Thursday, all three chal¬ 
lenged their sentences at 
London’s Criminal Appeal Court, 
with their lawyers arguing they 
were ‘too long’ for the crimes 
they committed. 

But their appeal bids were 
rejected by three of the country’s 
top judges, who said the terms 
handed to the men were ‘not 
excessive’. 

Investigations revealed the 
gang had links with various 
criminal organisations in 
Holland and Pakistan, from 
where drugs, including heroin, 
MDMA and cannabis, would be 
sourced and imported into the 
UK. 

Cash would then be laundered, 
with a significant proportion 
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often via Dubai. 

The gang members were put 
under police surveillance and 
arrests were made in September 
2012 after one of them flew into 
the UK from Pakistan. 

During a raid, more than 
£140,000 in cash was seized by 
officers from a gang member, 
who was staying at Habib’s house 
at the time. 

Lawyers acting on behalf of the 
three gang members argued that 
their jail terms were over the top, 
saying the Crown Court judge 
didn’t take enough account of 
their limited roles in the plot in 
the sentencing. 

But, dismissing their appeals, 
Lord Justice Davis - sitting along¬ 
side Mr Justice Hamblen and 
Judge Martyn Zeidman QC - said 
the sentences were ‘not exces¬ 
sive’ in light of the scale of their 
crimes. 


Chaul End Nursery receives special award 

A NURSERY has received a 
prestigious award for their efforts 
developing the children’s communi¬ 
cation skills. 

Chaul End Children’s Centre was 
given the award on Friday June 27 
and is only the third nursery to 
receive the award. 

Shagufta Anwar, manager of the 
nursery, said: “Teaching children to 
become good communicators from 
an early age gives them a fantastic 
start in life as it helps them to learn, 
interact better with others and helps 
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MAN JAILED FOR STABBING FRIEND 

A MAN has been sentenced to five 
years in prison after he stabbed 
his friend repeatedly in London 
Road, Luton. The attack started 
in the victim’s home and he was 
forced to run into the street with 
his attacker chasing him. The 
police arrived on the scene which 
prevented further injuries. On 
Thursday, at Luton Crown Court, 
Gigel Dumitrascu, 36, of no fixed 
address, pleaded guilty to 
wounding with intent and having 
an article with a blade or point. 
Judge Richard Foster sentenced 
him to prison saying it was clear 
the defendant posed a risk to the 
public. The court heard that 
Dumitrascu had psychiatric 
problems but was fit to plead and 
has responded to treatment. 

GAS LEAK FORCES EVACUATION 

TWO roads in Luton had to be 
evacuated on Friday following a 
gas leak. Crescent Road and Hart 
Lane were closed by police and 
residents told to leave their 
homes. Bedfordshire Fire and 
Rescue Service also attended. 

SCHOOLS RECEIVE FUNDS BOOST 

THREE Central Bedfordshire 
Schools are set to receive £30,000 
each to help develop their 
outdoor sporting facilities. 
Hawthorn Park Community 
Primary, Houghton Regis 
Primary, and Husborne Crawley 
Lower Schools will receive the 
funding as part of Sport 
England’s £18m National 
Lottery-funded Primary School 
Facilities Fund. The 
improvements will benefit both 
the schools and the local 
communities, who will be able 
to use the facilities outside of 
school hours. 

TRAINING SCHEME TO CONTINUE 

AN APPRENTICESHIP scheme is 
being extended following the 
success of the pilot. The project, 
run by Jigsaw Training and 
Luton Borough Council, will help 
apprentices in work or looking 
for work by allowing them to 
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WHEN a Dunstable techni¬ 
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expertise to a visitor to the 
Vauxhall Plant in Luton, lit¬ 
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about to sent on a 12,000- 
mile trip across Europe. 

Tony Mole, 44, is 
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The team, headed 
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Mackenney, is hoping to 
raise £10,000 for Help for 
Heroes. 

Part of the team consists of 
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women, with Tony provid¬ 
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Tony, who has worked at 
Vauxhall for 26 years, said: 
“Mac came in and I thought 
he was another dealer just 
looking at the vehicle. 


“And then someone said 
he’s going to take these three 
vehicles to Siberia and as a 
joke I said to him, ‘are you 
looking for a mechanic?’. 

“He said ‘yes’ but I thought 
nothing of it. Two weeks 
later my manager asked me 
if I wanted to do some driv¬ 
ing and I said ‘yes’, but I 
didn’t know it was for 
this and then all of a 
sudden I was put 
on it.” 

Tony added that 
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the journey to get 
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team went past 
Turkey as the roads 
would become more 
of a challenge. 

The team set off from 
Clogher Head in Ireland on 
June 30 before stopping by 
the Vauxhall plant in 
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BY KATHRYN CAIN 

editorpiutononsunday.co.uk 


LUTON Magistrates’ Court 
will now be open six days a 
week following an increase 
in case loads. 

The extended opening 
hours come after all criminal, 
local authority, civil, youth 
and probation cases were 
moved from Bedford 
Magistrates’ Court to the 
town last month. 

The magistrates’ building in 
Luton has already been open 
on Saturday for some time to 
hear remand cases but this 
change will mean being open 
for a full day, requiring more 
court staff to work. 

A spokesman for Her 
Majesty’s Court Service said: 
“Due to an increased number 
of police prosecutions, Luton 
Magistrates’ Court is hearing 
speeding cases on a Saturday 
for a limited period. 

“This started on June 28 and 
will end on September 13. 

“The court continues to 
hear remand cases on a 
Saturday during this period.” 

The move follows a meeting 
last week in which the legal 
community put pressure on 
the Justice Minister Shailesh 
Vara MP to reverse the move 
of cases from Bedford. 

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rescheduled visits, he had 
gone to Bedford to speak to 
people about why they 
believed court cases should 
be moved back. 

The meeting was attended 
by representatives of the 
Bedfordshire Law Society, the 
Westminster Drug Project, 
the First Law Partnership, the 
Witness Service, Bedford 
Borough Council and local 
magistrates. 

During the discussion, 
Andrew Brumhill, a defence 
solicitor from the county¬ 
wide firm First Law 
Partnership, told the minis¬ 
ter: “Clients are saying to us 
they will deliberately plead 
not guilty because they know 
the witnesses won’t turn up if 
it is held in Luton. The crimi- 


the regeneration of High 
Town and inspired nearby 
Marjorie’s Kitchen to display 
hats inside their premises. 
Michael Missen, of Marjorie’s 
Kitchen, has described High 
Hats as: “A cultural delight of 
High Town, where Luton’s 
rich millinery past is 
celebrated and built on in a 
social enterprise that will 
benefit and meet the aspira- 


nal fraternity are on to that. 

“If the Justices Business 
Group said they needed to 
close the building to save on 
the water rates, electricity 
and staffing, from a business 
perspective I could under¬ 
stand that, but those costs are 
the same as before. 

“We now have six courts up 
here doing nothing.” 

Shirley Neeham from the 
Witness Service added: “You 
talk about the need for more 
effective trials and I can 
understand that but when 
looking at how many effec¬ 
tive trials there are, all you’re 
looking at is numbers, not at 
whether there were live 
witnesses in these trials. 

“It could be the trials you’re 
talking about just had state¬ 
ments read out and these 
trials can be crammed in very 
quickly. 

“Being from the Witness 
Service I am concerned about 
the experience witnesses go 
through, not about how 
quickly the trial is heard, but 
about how they are support¬ 
ed through that time.” 

Mr Vara said the situation 
would be reviewed after six 
months. 

He added: “This decision 
was not impacted by finan¬ 
cial measures, this decision 
was taken on matters other 
than that.” 


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A BRAVE runner is 
taking on a mammoth 
task for charity - 40 
marathons in as many 
days. 

Starting on August 
18, 50-year-old Dave 
Hall will run from 
Land’s End to John o’ 
Groats in the ‘Man in a 
Shack Endurance 
Challenge’ for Luton 
based charity Home 
Leone. 

Accountant Mr Hall 
said: “Many people 
cycle it on a regular 
basis but very few 
people run it.” 

The charity is aiming 
to promote awareness 
of the housing crisis in 
Sierra Leone and raise 
money to improve the 
standard of living. 

The good cause is 
hoping Mr Hall’s 
efforts will raise 
£200,000, which would 
be enough to build 40 
homes in Sierra Leone, 
or a home for each 
day’s running. 

The total is currently 
just short of £30,000. 


To raise awareness of 
the charity, in addition 
to running Dave will 
spend each night in a 
replica of a typical 
shack you would find 
in a Sierra Leonean 
slum. 

Mr Hall, who lives in 
Luton with his wife, 
Stephanie, and their 
six children, said: “It’s 
currently in Luton and 
is being re-done as I 
want it looking as 
authentic as possible. 

“I wanted to try to 
make it a bit more 
interesting than just 
being a charity event. 

“I’m going to have 
someone coming along 
with me who will be 
blogging. We may also 
make it into a docu¬ 
mentary film.” 

On his preparation, 
he added: “The closest 
thing I’ve come to 
doing this is five con¬ 
secutive marathons, 
which did kill me a bit, 
but I learned from that 
and am going to take it 
a bit slower this time.” 

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RESIDENTS in the town will 
get the chance to have a 
closer look at an air ambu¬ 
lance helicopter at an event 
being held later this month. 

The East of England Air 
Ambulance’s (EAAA) 
‘Helicopter in the Park’ day 
will take place on July 19 in 
Wardown Park. 

The free event will run from 
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HIGH FLYER: The air ambulance was a popular attraction last year 


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The black vehicle was stolen 
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Luton, on June 18 between 
lam and 4.30pm. 


It has the registration num¬ 
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Dogs’ proposal will hit charities 


SIR - Your article on 
Central Beds Council 
proposed dogs’ ban (LoS, 
June 29] has been brought 
to my attention. This pro¬ 
posal could significantly 
affect the ability of a 
number of charities to 
operate in Bedfordshire. 

Dogs are increasingly 
used to support people 
with long term health 
conditions. Dogs are 
socialised and trained 
within Bedfordshire to 
support people who suffer 
from deafness, blindness, 
diabetes, narcolepsy, 
epilepsy, cancer and a 
range of rare illnesses. 


An important part of 
selecting appropriate 
dogs is the training of the 
dog to socialise with other 
people and animals in an 
open environment. This 
training cannot be 
undertaken solely on a 
lead, the dog user needs 
to be able to control the 
dog by verbal instruction 
as this will be key when 
the dog is fully trained and 
working. 

It is really important that 
we are allowed to train 
dogs how to interact with 
other humans and other 
animals while off the lead, 
these proposals will stop 


this being undertaken. 
Why penalise these people 
who already have addi¬ 
tional challenges in their 
lives. Good dog owners 
already control their dogs 
and clean up after them. 
The focus should be on 
those who are not com¬ 
plying but these proposals 
do not create any method 
of bringing bad owners to 
task but simply focus on 
restricting good owners 
from going out with their 
dog. It is disproportionate 
and discriminatory and 
should not be allowed. 
Geoff Lambert 
Biscot, Luton 


Food deal risks lower standards 

SIR - Following the food scandals of recent 
years, people are becoming much more 
aware of what goes into our food. 

The last thing we need is lower legal 
standards, but a deal being negotiated 
between the EU and the US could result in 
exactly that. 

The EU-US trade deal aims to ‘harmonise’ 
European and American rules in food safety 
and many other areas, which in practice may 
mean slashing European standards to match 
the much lower US levels. 

So, products like hormone-treated beef and 
pork, and chicken washed in chlorine, sold 
by US companies but currently banned here, 
could appear on supermarket shelves in the 
UK. 

Food is just one area in which this deal 
would give multinational companies much 
more influence in our lives. 

Health care and education are among the 
others. The deal threatens our ability to run 
our society in the way we choose, and it must 
be stopped. 

Steven Fraser 
Hazelbury Court Luton 


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SIR - I’m writing to ask you and your 
readers to join me and support the 
British Heart Foundation’s Fight For Every 
Heartbeat campaign, which aims to raise 
awareness of inherited heart conditions. 


An estimated 55,000 people in the East of 
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at a young age. 

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and can affect those you’d least expect, 
including the young and the fit. 

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East of England’s help to fund more 
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A true coalition Government 

SIR -1 was interested in the article by Steve 
Lowe with regard to the honouring of our 
veterans from the Second World War. 

Many of the great men and women who 
fought so gallantly to save our country and 
their achievements should not be over¬ 
looked. There is one issue that Steve over¬ 
looked - the fact that we can be thankful 
that we had the elder statesmen and top 
officials of our military forces combining to 
form an effective coalition Government. 

These leading statesmen and the top 
officials of the Army, Navy and RAF made a 
great contribution to our victory over a 
fearful enemy. Sadly today we have politi¬ 
cians only concerned with their egos. It is 
suggested that David Cameron, Ed 
Miliband, Nigel Clegg, Vince Cable, Ed Balls 
and the rest should examine how the true 
and reliable politicians acted on our behalf 
during our bitter campaign. 

Ted Bowen 
Bedford 


Steve Lowe will be missed 

SIR - It is sad news that Steve has moved on. 
He brought a vibrancy and idiosyncratic 
views to your paper. I certainly did not 
agree with everything he wrote, but he was 
clear and outspoken and will be missed. 
Graham Wright, Sent by email 

Editor’s note: Steve will continue to write his column. 


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version of what it is to 
be English. Included 
in my values was to be crap at 
sport. A few people disagreed 
with me, but even they must 
be going quiet now. 

How come small, impover¬ 
ished countries such as 
Colombia, Uruguay and 
Costa Rica can reach the 
group stages of the World 
Cup when England fails? 
Closer to home the likes of 
Belgium and Switzerland can 
make it. Football isn’t the 
only sport, of course. There’s 
cricket, where we get beaten 
by Sri Lanka, on our home 
soil, in conditions to suit us. 

And don’t forget rugby 
union. Apparently there are 
more professional rugby 
union players in England 
than in the rest of the rugby 
world. And still we can’t win. 

Then there is tennis. 
Scottish Andy Murray, 
despite Spanish training, 
could not defend his title and 
lost to a member of that 
sporting powerhouse, 
Bulgaria. But Murray does 
more to explain the problem 
than solve it. Had he stayed 
in this country he’d probably 
rank around 50, and still be 
top Brit. 

There must be a reason why 
other countries, with fewer 
people and less resources, 
can find great players and 


It isn’t cricket to 
be good at sport 


consistently out-achieve us. 

Do I know what that reason 
is? I might have an idea. It is 
the stifling nature of the 
management of our sport at 
its head. Death by blazers. 

Like all things middle class, 
ability, school and perfor¬ 
mance is less important than 
the right accent and dress 
code. Manners may maketh 
man but does not necessarily 
maketh sportsman. 
Wimbledon is a great example. 

Never mind the quality, just 
make sure your whites are 
ironed. And a people’s sport? 

Centre court tickets cost 
several thousand pounds 
each, while plebs watch from 
outside the citadel. Inside, 
the atmosphere is about as 
electric as a bar of soap. 

We no doubt have an abun¬ 
dance of talented children 
but by the time they get to 
late teens that has all been 
knocked out of them by men 
from the 1950s and coaching 
manuals to suit. 

I remember two personal 
instances of this attitude. 


First, as a callow youth I 
was picked to play rugby for 
the county. Until my own PE 
teacher mentioned I could 
sometimes be a bit rebel¬ 
lious, and was dropped. 
Second, a mate and I tried to 
join a local tennis club. They 
would let me in but not my 
friend, as he was a bricklayer. 
Heaven forfend! 

The football Premiership is 
not almost full of foreign 
players because they are 
cheaper - just the opposite, 
nor are our cricket and rugby 
teams reliant on the old 
Empire for their best players 
because of a great racial 
tolerance. It’s because we 
cannot produce great players 
of our own and that’s 
because we strangle them, 
not at birth but before they 
can fully blossom. So, next 
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Uni athlete shines 
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A UNIVERSITY of Bedfordshire athlete 
had a weekend to remember at the 
British Championships in Birmingham. 

Kyle Ennis set a 100m personal best of 
10.78s in the heats, only to beat that in 
the final, running 10.6s. 

He competed against world class 
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Kyle, who studies Sports Therapy at 
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Sharp rise in dog 
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A SHARP rise in cases of 
postmen being bitten by dogs 
has been seen across the 
Luton area. 

There has been an 85 per 
cent increase in cases of post¬ 
men and women being bitten 
by dogs across the LU post¬ 
code area, with a total of 24 
being bitten, up from 13 cases 
reported in the previous year. 

This is in comparison to fig¬ 
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Postman Robin Riley, 56, of 
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increased attacks. 

He was doing his usual 
rounds, when a dog bit him 
on the lower leg on Whipsnade 
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On the incident, he said: “I 
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delivery of a package, which 
had to be signed for. 

“The woman came out to 
collect it and I’ve been 


delivering there for eight 
years. 

“As usual her dogs came out 
with her and I thought 
nothing of it at first. 

“However, today it decided 
it didn’t like me and took a bit 
out of my leg.” 

He later went to the doctors 
for treatment, a tetanus shot 
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He added: “I was lucky, I’ve 
seen pictures of other injuries 
suffered by other postmen 
and I can see that I got off 
very lightly. It still shook me 
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WHIPLASH Dreams - 
remember the name. 

It is the name of a music 
project that is set to be the 
first cinematically-released 
album in the world. 

It was recorded by recently 
signed Sony/ATV artist 
lason Bavanandan and 
filmed by Hat Factory-based 
Luton digital agency 
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The film chronicles the last 
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by month. 

The 12-track album opens 
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song providing a narrative 
for the production. 

Luton on Sunday spoke to 
Gavin O’Brien, the manag¬ 
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Q. Whiplash Dreams - how 
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Q. What is your aim with 
this project? 

A. It’s something we have 
always wanted to do. Our 
overall aim is for this project 
to be successful and it’s not 
about the money. 

“It’s about getting it out to 
a wide distribution and 
that’s what matters to us. 

“It’s one of the few pop 
albums that will be released 
alongside a film which is not 
just a normal film. 

“The songs are all linked 
with what’s happening 
on screen and that’s the 
beautiful thing. 


Q. What do you think a 
company like you being 
involved in a project like 
this says about Luton? 

A. “I think if you believe 
enough and you co-operate 
with other people and just 
generally be very grateful, 
you can do anything. 

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IMAGES of three men police are hoping 
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The trio are wanted following the 
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BY JULIA SUTTON 

editor@lutononsunday.co.uk 


LUTON council is running a 
consultation on plans for the 
town over the next 20 years. 

The authority says the 
survey, which runs until 
August 22, will ask residents 
what they want from the new 
local plan which is being 
developed. 

In 2012, the council asked a 
panel of residents what they 
wanted from the scheme and 
found issues such as finding 
employment and protecting 


residents’ interests were top 
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The new draft local plan 
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on the proposals along with 
other comments from local 
employers and organisations. 

Growth forecasts show that 
the town will expand by an 
extra 18,000 households over 
the next 20 years but only has 
land capacity for 6,000 house¬ 
holds. 

The council said develop¬ 
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expensive’ as it consists of 
brownfield land that often 


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draft plan states that the 
town centre will remain a 
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housing, leisure and other 
services’. 

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Napier Park will also be key 
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DETECTIVES investigating 
two attempted murders have 
released an image of a shot¬ 
gun cartridge left at the 
scene of a shooting in May. 

On May 25, an 18-year-old 
boy was shot in the back in 
Addington Way at 1.30am. 

The cartridge, a green 
unused .410, has the words 
TOPMARK on the side. The 
teen was shot by two masked 
men as he walked with 
friends along Addington Way. 

He wasn’t seriously injured 
but required hospital treat¬ 
ment to remove pellets from 
his back. 

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a week after the Beds, Cambs launched an attempted 



murder investigation after 
linking this incident with a 
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Radnor Road on June 12. 

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attempt to identify the driver 
of the black car which delib¬ 
erately hit a 24-year-old 
pedestrian at 11pm and 
carried him towards St 
Dominic’s Square, before 
leaving the scene without 
stopping. 

DCI Jason Gordon said both 
victims ‘narrowly escaped 
with their lives’ and appealed 
for people to come forward 
with information. 

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support for children. 

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Thursday, said the school’s 


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The conference was hosted by Luton Borough Council 


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SOCIAL care professionals from all over 
the country attended a conference at 
the University of Bedfordshire. 

The event, held by Luton council, was 
aimed at discussing how care services 
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LESS than eight per cent of 
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Bedfordshire are affordable 
for first-time buyers, new 
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by homelessness charity 
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sale in the area just 90 - or 7.8 
per cent - are affordable to 
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Politics has the power 
to bring positive change 


Gavin Shuker, MP for Luton South, 
believes that politics still matters 
and can make an incredible 
difference for the good in our lives 


Politics still matters. 

Nearing the end of my term 
as one of Luton’s two MPs, I 
am more convinced of that 
than ever before. 

I’ve met people - of all par¬ 
ties - whose presence in our 
system has made an incredi¬ 
ble difference for the good. 
People who’s passionate 
belief about an issue, their 
ideology, or their commit¬ 
ment have changed things. 

And yet. Day after day peo¬ 
ple continue to question the 
value of politics. ‘Nothing 
ever changes’ is a popular 
retort I hear on the doorstep. 
Faith and trust is low. Many 
conclude everyone who 
wishes to serve must be in it 
for themselves. 

The traditional three par¬ 
ties face questions about how 
long they can maintain their 
stronghold - and increasing 
numbers are drawn to the 
simple message of ‘No’ (no to 
Europe, no to immigration, 
no to politics, just no to eve¬ 
rything) from UKIP. 

Before I became the MP for 


Luton South, I worked for a 
local church. I loved my job. 
I’d never before pursued a 
role in politics, either as a 
local councillor or seeking 
election as an MP. I stood 
because I felt it made a differ¬ 
ence for someone local to 
represent our town, follow¬ 
ing all that we had gone 
through with the expenses 
scandal that ended the reign 
of my predecessor. I stood 
because I believe in the 
power of politics to change 
things; that restoring that 
belief was worth fighting for; 
and that without that belief 
we will change naught. 

It’s not always been easy. At 
times I’ve found myself 
speaking out against abuses 
of power - sometimes even in 
my own party. I’ve sought to 


champion an approach that 
goes with the grain of our 
amazing communities, rath¬ 
er than seeking to control 
and shut them down. And 
along the way I’ve partnered 
with amazing people in 
Luton. There are so many 
people here that should make 
us feel hopeful and proud. 

So the challenge, in our 
generation as in all others, is 
to renew politics - not to 
scrap it. The easy answers of 
extremist parties can and 
should be exposed. But the 
hard questions for parties 
like mine cannot be ignored. 
How can we respond to 
people who think politics is a 
closed shop? 

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Shrek: The Musical will be a 



hit with fans young .and old 


THEATRE 


SHREK: THE MUSICAL 


Milton Keynes Theatre 

Summer 2015 

STARRING roles in EastEnders, 
Mount Pleasant and Downtown 
Abbey have made actor, NIGEL 
HARMAN, a well-known face on 
television. 

Then came the chance to play 
Simon Cowell, The Dark Lord 
himself, in Harry Hill’s spoof West 
End musical, I Can’t Sing! 

Sadly, box office takings suggest¬ 
ed the show didn’t have the X-factor 
and it closed after just two months. 
Nigel however, is 
remarkably up. 

But then, he’s hardly 
scrabbling around for 
work. 

JUDY RILEY talked to 
Nigel (pictured right) 
about his latest pro¬ 
ject, directing the tour 
of Shrek: The Musical, 
which is coming to 
Milton Keynes in 2015. 

How does the show 
differ from the 
London production? 

“Not at all. We can’t 
take all of the big 
hydraulics on tour but apart from 
that, it’s exactly the same. It’s still 
got all the bells, whistles and 
laughs.” 

Had you put the word out that you 
wanted to have a go at directing? 

“I’ve had the desire to direct for 
some years and I felt like it was the 
right time to take the plunge. I’d 


had a few meetings in offices but 
then I was at the closing night 
party for Shrek and one of the 
producers came up to me and said 
‘I hear you fancy directing’. I had a 
proper meeting a few weeks later. 
I’m incredibly lucky.” 

Do you have the same kind of 
nerves as a director as you do as 
an actor? 

“It’s different nerves. I don’t have 
the anxiety of performing but I’m 
dreaming about it a lot. I’ve always 
loved the show. It really got me. Its 
secret weapon is humour. It’s one 
of the show’s great surprises. 
Parents think they’re just taking 
their kids to see the show and then 
they find they love it too. It has 
magical powers.” 

The songs are so much 
a part of the show that 
it seems surprising now 
that they weren’t in 
Shrek, the movie. 

“I love the movie, it’s 
brilliant but there’s 
always a point in it 
when you want them to 
burst into song. 

“Just to see Shrek 
singing; to see Fiona 
karate kicking as she 
sings and Donkey 
should be singing! 

“We do it all and turn 
it up by ten. As for Lord 
Farquaad he has a 
penchant for musical theatre and 
the more seriously he takes himself 
the funnier it is.” 

You played the part of Lord 
Farquaad in the West End, were 
there any embarrassing 

moments? 

“I fell over once. And it hurt like 
hell but the brilliant thing was that 


“It’s the 
closest thing 
to being 
beetle on its 
back. And the 
rest of the cast 
just left me 
there, waving 
my legs in the 
air.” 

When the 
show opens 
will you take a 
step back? 

“Oh I’ll let it 
go when it 
opens. I’ll 
pop in and 
out to keep 
an eye on it 
but I’ll be 
directing a 
play called 
Rabbit Hole, 
starring Joanne 
Froggatt (who 
played Anna 
Bates, in 

Downton) which 
is due to open at 
the Vaudeville 
theatre in the 
West End 
September. 

It’s quite a 
brilliant 
play about 
life-changing events 


So no more television 
roles in the immediate 
future? 

“Well, I’m looking at 
doing a low-budget 
film pretty soon.” 

In a Q & A piece a 
couple of years 
ago, when asked 
m ‘what was his best 
" kiss’ X-Men actor, 
James McAvoy, said: 
‘Nigel Harman kisses 
me goodnight most eve¬ 
nings. .. it’s really nice.’ 
t How was it for you? 

* “He’s a nutter! 
s “He’s one of the good 
guys. 

“We were appearing 
in a play together and 
we used to race each 
other home after the 
show. I love him.” 

For more 

information, or to 
book to see the 
show you can 
visit atgtickets. 
/ milton- 
You can also 
calling 0844 


Treat your taste 
buds by sampling 
some real cider 

FESTIVAL 

Wetherspoon Cider Festival 
Dunstable and Luton 

July 11-27 


CIDER fans will be able to enjoy a range of 
draught ciders from England, Wales, 

Scotland and Northern Ireland during a 
special festival at three pubs in Luton and 
Dunstable. 

The festivals will take place at The White 
House in Bridge Street and The London 
Hatter in Park Street, and The Gary Cooper 
from Friday until Sunday, July 27. 

The pubs will each offer up to 25 ciders 
over the 17 days, including some never 
previously available in the pubs and others 
produced exclusively for the festival. 

The selection will feature apple, pear and 
fruit ciders. 

They include award-winning ciders, 
together with some unusual flavours includ¬ 
ing beetroot, rhubarb, ginger and chilli, apple 
and raspberry and whisky cask cider. 

Among those on offer are; Boxing Dog (Mr 
Whitehead’s Cider Co), Somerset Tree 
Shaker (Shepton Mallet Cider Mill), 

Hogfather (Orchard Pig), Doctors Orders 
(Green Valley Cider Ltd), Pear Shaped 
(Sandford Orchards) and Whisky Cask 
(Thistly Cross Cider). 

The ciders will be available for purchase at 
£2.30 a pint. 

Speaking about the event, Gary Cooper 
pub manager William Banda, said: “Cider is 
the perfect summer drink and I am certain 
that people will enjoy our fantastic selection. 

“The ciders have been sourced from 
across the UK and there is something to suit 
all palates.” 

Tasting notes on all of the ciders will be 
available in the pubs. 

For more information on the festival you 
can visit the Wetherspoon website on 
www.jdwrealale.co.uk. 

Alternatively, you can reach Wetherspoon 
directly on the phone by calling 
01923 477777. 


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Get the kids down 
for a morning filled 
with hullabaloo fun 


KIDS FUN 


Hullabaloo 

The Grove Theatre 

Wednesdays at 10.30am 


PREPARE your little ones for oodles of fun 
and laughter with a brand new class at the 
Grove every Wednesday. 

Hullabaloo aims to entertain and stimulate 
kids between the ages of one and four. The 
class is a mix of songs, movement, percus¬ 
sion, role play, props and imaginative play. 

From pop and rock to jazz and blues with 
titles such as Funky Freeze, Sady the Spider 
and High Five Rock, the kids are set to find a 
sound and song they will love. 

Better still, each song is carefully crafted 
to encourage your child to explore their 
imagination and learn through play. 

Hullabaloo was developed by Amy Cassidy, 
who created the class with the aim of 
stimulating children’s minds and helping 
them express themselves. 

As a professionally trained singer and 
actress with extensive experience in 
children’s theatre, Amy tries to make each 
session as fun and rewarding as the last. 

The class also tries to develop co-ordina¬ 
tion skills through movement, listening skills 
through music, increase confidence and 
communication through group activity. 

Each series of classes is updated with 
new themes and new songs to ensure the 
activities are fresh and entertaining. 

Tickets are £4 per child per session and 
£2 for additional children. You can book by 
calling the box office on 01582 602080. 



Food film hits the spot 


FILM 

Chef (15) 

In cinemas now 

Review by Gavin Miller 

IF you fancy something refreshing¬ 
ly different, then you could do a lot 
worse than this tasty portion of soul 
food. 

Regular blockbuster director Jon 
Favreau (Iron Man, Cowboys & 
Aliens) - who also stars as the main 
lead - weaves a heartwarming tale 
with his indie food-orientated pet 
project that really hits the spot. 

Highly-acclaimed chef Carl Casper 
(Favreau) walks out on his job - 
being forced to adhere to an 
uninspiring formula by the 


restaurant owner (Dustin Hoffman) 
- after having his food slammed by a 
much-revered food critic (Oliver 
Platt), who he then abuses via misus¬ 
ing Twitter, followed by a meltdown 
rant which ends up on YouTube. 

With his career seemingly in tat¬ 
ters, he heads to Miami at the behest 
of ex-wife Inez (Modern Family’s 
Sofia Vergara) to spend some quality 
time with his neglected son Percy 
(Emjay Anthony), where he’s enticed 
to get back to basics by giving a 
battered food truck a serious facelift 
to sell takeaway food on the go. 

With the help of former sous-chef 
Martin (John Leguizamo) and Percy, 
all three take to the road - taking in 
the delights of New Orleans and 
Texas along the way - with Carl’s 
delicious Cuban sandwiches and 


Yucca fries taking gathering crowds 
by storm, and some father-son 
broken fences being mended to boot. 

Throw in the backdrop of visually 
spectacular locales and a truly 
upbeat soundtrack - Marvin Gaye’s 
‘Sexual Healing’ with some deep 
south flavour was a particular high 
point - then this little treat from 
Favreau really has plenty of filling in 
its sandwich. 

It might be a bit too glib, sickly 
sweet or a little too niche for some, 
but with great performances from 
Favreau, Leguizamo and particular¬ 
ly young newcomer Anthony, this 
really cooks a different a meal to 
the conveyor belt of summer 
blockbusters. 

Rating: 4/5 


Goodies on 
display at the 
summer fayre 


MAKE your way to the 
Grove Theatre this 
Saturday to see a host of 
talented local craftspeople 
exhibiting their wares for 
sale at the Summer Craft 
Fayre from 10am-3pm. 

Whether you’re looking 
for a gift for that special 
someone or something for 
yourself, there is sure to be 
something to tempt you. 

You will find that most of 
the items are often made by 
hand with careful attention 
and painstaking focus on 
detail and design. 

The items on offer at the 
Summer Craft Fayre 
possess an element of origi¬ 
nality that High Street 
shops sometimes cannot 
match. 

There will be a range of 
irresistible stalls including 
delicious cakes, alluring 
jewellery, fabric gifts and 
homeware, natural skin- 
care and more. 

Situated in the surround¬ 
ings of Grove Park, the 
Summer Craft Fayre is one 
of the best ways to enjoy the 
beautiful summer weather 
whilst shopping. 

The vibrant stalls, free 
entry and picturesque set¬ 
ting make the Grove 
Theatre one place to be this 
July. 


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The Luton Sports Network (LSN) promotes 
awareness of local sports clubs, sports events 
and provides grant funding to sports clubs, 
individual athletes and coaches. 

If you have a passion for sport and want to have YOUR 
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in Luton come along and represent YOUR club's voice. 

Will Hollyer and Graham Simpson, from 
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Get inspired by the 
‘Madchester’ sounds 
of 90s’ pop legends 

MUSIC 

INSPIRAL CARPETS 
Bedford Corn Exchange 

Friday, July 11 


MANCHESTER royalty are set to make their 
debut in Bedford this Friday and we’re not 
talking about some distant Lancastrian cousin 
of the Queen. 

The Inspiral Carpets were an integral part of 
‘Madchester’ music scene in the early 1990s 
alongside The Happy Mondays, The 
Charlatans and The Stone Roses. 

During the huge indie dance phenomenon 
the band scored a number of top 20 singles 
including This Is How It Feels, Joe, Saturn 5, 
Move, Dragging Me Down, Caravan and the 
classic I Want You. 

As well as hit singles the band also cracked 
the album charts with four records Life, 
Revenge of the Goldfish, The Beast Inside, 
Devil Hopping and earned a headline slot at 
Reading Festival in 1991. 

The Bedford show, which has come together 
thanks to those guys from the Pad Presents, 
is an exclusive date as the band will be 
warming up for an appearance at the 
renowned ‘T In The Park’ festival in Scotland 
the following night. 

Expect the hits, classic favourites and the 
first ever airing of a couple of songs from their 
new album which they have been recording 
over the past year. 

In support will be Bowfinger while tickets 
cost £16.50 and can be bought from 
seetickets.com, bedfordcornexchange.co.uk 
and wegottickets.com. 

Alternatively they can be purchased from 
Luscious Juice Bar which is in Bedford town 
centre. 



FI star Jenson 
at Luton Hoo 


CHARITY EVENT 


Jenson Button Trust Triathlon 
Luton Hoo 

Saturday, July 12 


FORMER Formula One world 
champion Jenson Button 
returns to Luton Hoo next 
Saturday to host his third 
annual triathlon. 

The event, in aid of Cancer 
Research UK, sees 500 com¬ 
petitors racing alongside 
Button in a series of events. 

Button secretly entered his 
McLaren team mechanics into 
the tough sporting event. 

Jenson said: “I am challeng¬ 
ing them to put down their 
spanners for one day to come 
and take me on. 

“I may have actually signed 
some of them up for it already 
without them knowing - I am 
sure they will thank me for it, 
as will Cancer Research UK.” 

First prize in the event will 
see the winner of both the 
men’s and women’s races take 
home £1,000. 

Second and third will take 
£800 and £600 respectively. 

The first races will consist of 


a 300m lake swim, a 9km bike 
ride and a 2.5km run. 

The top 50 from these races 
will go into a second triathlon 
which will see a 750m lake 
swim, 15km bike, 5km run. 

The remaining entrants will 
repeat the initial race in a 
“wooden spoon” final. 

General Manager at Luton 
Hoo Hotel, Matthew Long, 
commented: “Luton Hoo 
Hotel, Golf & Spa is thrilled to 
welcome back the Jenson 
Button Triathlon for the third 
year running. 

“The triathlon is extremely 
popular and raises a signifi¬ 
cant amount of money for a 
worthy cause. 

“The team here at Luton Hoo 
have all been working tireless¬ 
ly to ensure the event is just as 
entertaining and successful as 
the previous two years.” 

If you want to register to 
compete in the event, you 
have until 9pm tomorrow, via 
www.jensonbutton.com. 

• Luton Hoo has also been 
honoured by consumer 
reviews website Tripadvisor. 

The venue has been awarded 
the prestigious Certificate of 
Excellence which is only given 
to those which rank in the top 
10 per cent for feedback 
worldwide. 


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12 Bird might blow her own trumpet (4) 

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15 Zone around northern showground (5) 

16 Supply an electronic joke (5) 

18 Goes without opening part of roof (5) 

20 Money for some neurotic people (4) 

21 Drunken Australian wearing Nike design at first (5) 

22 Pearl, scruffy, not looking so good (5) 

23 Push politician to wear exotic lei (5) 

24 Starts early, visiting everyone the day before (3) 

25 Water plant on the south side (5) 

26 Unwanted growth in tomb, we hear (4) 

DOWN 

1 Proof of wedding in German serial I edited (8,5) 

2 A series of characters to phone on the way (6) 

3 Courts split in two, ossified by convention (4) 

4 Stuff that's not easy to wear out (8) 

5 Vulgar way to go on the radio (6) 

6 Nasty surprise - sponge is damper (5,8) 

8 Arrange a dance - go, or her chap will reschedule (11) 

14 Make it easier to escape from deep exit (8) 

17 Cruel sort sat on by peacekeepers (6) 

19 Most elves on TV wear fine cloth (6) 

22 Roly-poly strategy (4) 

SOLUTION FOR LAST WEEK 

ACROSS: 2.Leadership 7.Cape 8.Curve 9.Importune 

11.Odious 13.Camaraderie 15. Access 19.Challenge 

20.Curio 21.Item 22.Settlement 

DOWN: 1.Balmy 2.Lemon 3.Amateurish 4.Raced 

5.Harmonic 6.Please lO.Nom de plume 12.Baccarat 

14.Sauces 16.Scowl 17.Debit 18.Agree 


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| QUICKSOLVE? | 


ACROSS 
1.Collision (4) 
5.0vershadow (7) 

6. Dam (4) 

7. A fish (5) 

9.Twelve (5) 

11 .Derange (5) 

13.Trifling (5) 

15. Way out (4) 

16. Falls (7) 

17. Essence (4) 


SOLUTION FOR LAST WEEK 
ACROSS: 1.Merge 4.Pipe 7.Asia 8.Tax 
9.Plus11.Blink 12.Manic 15.Chit 17.Hum 
18.Hewn19.Zero 20.Bring 
DOWN: 2.Easy 3.Graphic 5.Prawn 6.Stub 
10.Slither 13.Amuse 14.Chew 16.Swan 


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2. Hundredth (7) 

3. Excess fat (4) 

4. Housing area (6) 
8.Subdue (7) 

10.US state (6) 

12.Sum (5) 

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Wood mere £300,000 


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• Garden 

• Off Road Parking 



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Arndale shopping centre. The apartments are fully 
furnished with laminate flooring throughout, double 
glazing, fully fitted kitchens with stainless steel oven, 
hob and extractor, fridge freezer and washer/dryer, fully 
I tiled bathrooms with shower internal viewing strongly 
recommended. 


£595 pcm 


£595 pcm 



2 Bed ■ Mill Gardens ■ Mill St - Town Centre 3 bed - Albert Gardens 


A newly built 2 bedroom flat, fully furnished, fitted 
kitchen with integrated appliances, stainless steel oven, 
hob and extractor washer/dryer, fully tiled fitted 
bathroom, double glazed, central heating, laminate 
flooring throughout, spacious bedrooms, town centre 
location, close to the train and bus stations, interval 
viewing recommended. 


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I has central heating, double glazed, fitted bathroom 
with shower, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances 
and washer/dryer, laminate flooring throughout lounge, 
off road parking available. Internal viewing strongly 
recommended. 


4 Bed - Hastings Street 


fitted kitchen with appliances, washing machine, 
lounge, laminate flooring, double glazed, fitted 
bathroom, close to Town Centre and University. 


5 Bed - Chapel Street 


5 bedroom house with two shower rooms, fully 
furnished, gas central heating, new fitted kitchen with 
integrated appliances, washing machine, lounge, 
laminate flooring, double glazed, close to Town centre 
and University. 


£780 pcm 


£1,275 pcm 


£1,500 pcm 


£1,875 pcm 


1 bedroom luxury flats, fully furnished, gas central 
heating, double glazed, fitted kitchen with integrated 
appliances and washer/dryer, laminate flooring 
throughout, fitted bathroom. Within a 5 minute walk to 
I the bus and train stations, within easy access to the 
Town Centre and University. 


£595 pcm 


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Connells 

Call today to arrange your free market appraisal 


PRESS RELEASE 

July 2014 


We’re ready for Mortgage 
Market Review, says Connells 


Further to recent news on the 
impact of new regulations 
outlined in the Mortgage Market 
Review, local Mortgage Services 
Consultant Adam Warne at estate 
agency Connells in Luton is now 
helping customers looking for 
a home loan to navigate the new 
requirements. 

Despite popular opinion that the 
new regulations will hinder the 
application process, Connells is 
looking to reassure customers 
that its mortgage consultants 
have been fully trained on the new 
guidelines and is now advising 
customers. 

“We are urging anyone who has 
been thinking of buying, especially 
those who are looking to get on 
the property ladder for the first 
time, not to be put off by the recent 
hype around new mortgage rules,” 
says Connells’ Mortgage Services 
Consultant Adam. “Although 
it is true there is now a greater 
level of input required from both 
buyer and ourselves as mortgage 
consultants, we have fully prepared 
for the changes and can help 


ease the process considerably for 
prospective buyers.” 

Connells Mortgage Services 
remains extremely positive about 
the Mortgage Market Review 
which aims to ensure home loans 
are affordable in the longer term. 
All of its mortgage consultants 
received extensive training in 
preparation for 26 April when the 
new regulations came into play. 

If you have a property to sell and 
would like to book a free market 
appraisal with Connells, or if you 
are looking for mortgage advice, 
please contact the local branch 
on 01582 450999 or email: 
Adam.warne@connells.co.uk 




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185 Marsh Rd, Luton 
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High St, North Dunstable, 
Bedfordshire, LU1 1HX 



Stopsley 

656 Hitchin Rd, Luton 
Bedfordshire, LU2 7XH 


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Launton Close 


Offers in Excess £325,000 


4 Bedroom detached property located in the popular location of Barton Hills. Barton Hills is a modern development and the 
most popular area in north Luton. 


West Hill Road £350,000 



This lovely four bedroom family home is located in south Luton within walking distance to Stockwood park and memorial park, also located close 
to junction 10 of the Ml. The property briefly comprises of entrance hall, 2/3 reception rooms, fitted kitchen, and utility area. Upstairs 4 bedrooms, 
and a family bathroom, there is an option for a downstairs shower room. The property also benefits from parking for 2 cars, and a rear garden 


Hartley Road Offers in Excess £140,000 




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is an ideal first time buy or buy to let investment. Early viewing's are advised as two bedroom 
properties inn this area are not lasting long on the market, call Connells on 01582 450999. 



Chandos Road Offers in Excess £165,000 


Connells are sole agents on this 2 bedroom semi detached property located just 
off Dunstable road. The property benefits from entrance hall, 2 reception rooms, 
fitted kitchen, 4 piece bathroom, and separate toilet. 


The Shires £145,000 



Must view 2 bedroom fully refurblished share of freehold flat located just outside the town centre. 
The property has been refurblished to a very high standard with a new kitchen and bathroom. Also 
offering ample living space. The property is also located a short walk away from Luton train station 



Bushmead school catchment. This three bedroom semi detached property with a garage to 
side is located in a very sought after location in Luton. The property benefits from entrance 
hall, cloakroom, lounge, kitchen, dining room, 3 bedrooms, and a family bathroom 


£ 220,000 


Troon Gardens 



Benefitting from a central location, within a short walk to Luton Mainline Train station is this 
unique property offering spacious accommodation over 4 floors 2 of which boast stylish 
private balconies with views over Luton. This is a most stylish house with true versatility. 


Crescent Rise 


£279,999 



2 bedroom apartment opposite Wardown park and walking distance to Luton 
train station. The property benefits from a balcony off the lounge and a parking 
space. 


01582 450 999 83 George Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 2AT 

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Bushmead Area £165,000 



Connells are sole agents on this fully refurblished 2 bedroom maisonette with a total square footage of 84 m sq. Located in Bushmead. The property has been refurblished to a very high standard 
that offers a fully refitted kitchen, bathroom/shower room, 2 double bedrooms and a balcony 



Milverton Green 


4 Bedroom detached property located in Barton Hills. This property has been refurbished to a very high standard and briefly comprises of entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen, utility room, upstairs, 4 
generous bedrooms, master with en suite, refitted family bathroom. 


01582 450 999 83 George Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 2AT 

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Abingdon Road 


£210,000 




Manor Farm Close 


£ 225,000 



This rarely available semi detached property is situated in the L and D borders area of Luton. Offering spacious 
accommodation and briefly comprising entrance hall, lounge/diner, kitchen, conservatory, two bedrooms, bathroom, front 
and rear gardens, garage and off road parking. 


Offering for sale this rarely available immaculate detached bungalow situated within close proximity to Leagrave train station 
and local amenities. Benefits include cloakroom, conservatory, single garage and off road parking. Early viewing advised to 
avoid disappointment. 



A unique end of terrace property situated in the Bramingham area of Luton. 
Briefly comprising entrance porch, hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, 
conservatory, four bedrooms, bathroom, off road parking 


Underwood Close 


£ 187,000 



A lovely three bedroom semi-detached family home with accommodation to 
include entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen and bathroom with separate wc, 
conservatory, three bedrooms, gardens, garage and parking. Must see! 


Benson Close 


£ 204,995 


Bramble Road £ 179,995 



This semi detached property is situated in the leagrave area of luton and benefits 
from separate reception rooms, fitted kitchen and bathroom, front driveway 
providing off road parking. 



Offered with no upper chain this spacious family home is situated in Sundon 
Park, Luton and benefits from separate reception rooms, four bedrooms, front 
and rear gardens and off road parking for two vehicles. 


Eighth Avenue 


£ 168,000 


Dordans Road £ 175,000 



A unique semi detached property situated in Leagrave close to local amenities and main line 
train station. Benefits include separate reception rooms, 2/3 bedrooms, good size landscaped 
rear garden, garage and off road parking. Early viewing advised to avoid disappointment. 


Homedale Drive £ 229,995 





A semi detached bungalow situated within close proximity to Leagrave train station and junction 
11 of the motorway. Benefits include good size kitchen/diner with separate utility room, three 
bedrooms, garage, driveway and gardens. Early viewing advised to avoid disappointment. 


01582 595 127 185 Marsh Road, Leagrave, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU3 2QQ 

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Ashcroft Road 


Offers in Excess £279,995 


A rarely available spacious three bedroom detached bungalow in Stopsley village. PLEASE CALL 01582 737069 TO 
ARRANGE VIEWING. 


PUTTERIDGE £275,000 



A superb 4 bedroom detached house backing onto woodland within this Putteridge cul-de-sac. Generous accommodation 
throughout to briefly include entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, kitchen, garage, front and rear gardens. 


ST ANNES 1 £230,000 



A well presented 4 bedroom end terrace in the popular St Annes 1 area. The 
accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hall, lounge, dining room, fitted 
kitchen, 4 bedrooms, and a family bathroom. 


VAUXHALLPARK £179,995 



Offered for sale with 'No Onward Chain 1 is this 3 bedroom terrace house with a 
good sized garden and off road parking. 


STOPSLEY £180,000 



A spacious three bed mid-terraced in Stopsley, this is a great opportunity for a 
FTB/B.T.L. The property also benefits from being end of chain! Call Connells 
Stopsley today to arrange a viewing. 


stopsley Offers in Excess £125,000 



A generously proportioned two bedroom ground floor maisonette, double 
glazing, gas central heating and No Onward Chain. 




SOLD 


Sold S.T.C. Similar properties urgently required. Call Connells on 01582 737096 
for your free market appraisal 


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Wardown Crescent £255,000 

• Semi Detached Property 

• Three Bedrooms 

• Open Plan Lounge/Diner 

• Driveway & Garage 




Barton Road 

• Extended Detached Property 

• Four Bedrooms 

• Generous Plot 

• En-Suite 



£600,000 


• Rear Garden 

• Carriage Driveway 

• Double Garage 

• Viewing Highly Recommended 



RidgwayRoad £180,000 

• Terraced Property 

• Four Bedrooms 

• Two Reception Rooms 

• Garden 



Cardigan Street £175,000 

• Three/Four Bedroom Property 

• Ideal Investment 

• Re-fitted Kitchen 

• Close to Local Amenities 



Whipperley Ring £105,000 

• Ground Floor Flat 

• One Bedroom 

• Lounge, Kitchen 

• Bathroom 

• Front & Rear Gardens 




The Wickets £115,000 


• Ground Floor Maisonette 

• One Bedroom 

• Separate Kitchen 

• Resident Parking 



Milliners Court £113,000 


• Two Bedroom Apartment 

• Popular Location 

• Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen 

• Resident Parking 


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LEAGRAVE PRIMARY SCHOOL 

Address: Strangers Way, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 9ND 

Telephone: 01582 571951 

Email: leagrave.primary.admin@luton.gov.uk 

Website: www.leagraveprimary.co.uk 

Headteacher: Edel Gillespie 

Chairman: Melvyn Butcher MBE 

‘STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE, LEARNING FOR LIFE’ 


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Receptionist/Clerical Assistant 

8.30 - 4.30pm Monday - Thursday; 8.30 - 4.00pm Friday 
(Term time plus inset days) 

L2-£13,085-£14,281 

We are seeking to recruit a Clerical Assistant to our friendly and committed admin team. 

Duties will include: staffing the school switchboard and reception, dealing with people in a polite, sensitive manner, 
undertaking general office duties such as; updating the pupil database, managing deliveries; typing, filing and 
photocopying, taking receipt of payments (for trips, uniform, afterschool care etc) & covering in the medical 
room as required. 

If you share our positive ethos, and have the drive, enthusiasm and ambition to provide an exceptional service please 
apply for this role. 

Teaching Assistant (TA1) 

30 hours per week term time 

(8.45am - 3.45pm) Salary - £10,349 - £11,301 p.a. (L2) 

We require experienced Teaching Assistants to support children in the classroom. 

You will be required to provide support to individuals and groups of children within lessons and be able to assist with 
classroom preparation as required. The ability to successfully work as part of a team and to be able to contribute and 
promote school initiatives is essential. 

We seek motivated, committed individuals with experience of working with children and with the capability to create 
and maintain excellent working relationships within the school environment. 

To apply for the above roles please send a large stamped addressed envelope (Minimum A5 size with 1st Class Large 
Letter Stamp) to the school address. Alternatively please visit the school between 8.00am and 4.00pm 
to collect a pack. 

2 x TA4 

Teaching Assistants - EAL/Intervention Support 

30 hours per week term time 

(8.45am - 3.45pm) Salary - £16,390 - £18,011 p.a. (L6) 

Temporary contract (minimum 12 months) 
linked to Pupil Premium Funding 

We require enthusiastic and passionate staff to provide support to individuals and groups of children within lessons and 
be able to lead intervention groups where required. One post holder will work primarily with groups of more able pupils 
to help them to achieve their full potential. The other post holder will work primarily with pupils who have English as an 
additional language. The ability to successfully work as part of a team and to be able to contribute and promote school 
initiatives is essential. 

We seek motivated, committed individuals with experience of working with children and with the capability to create 
and maintain excellent working relationships within the school environment. 

You will need to hold NVQ 4 in childcare or be a Part-Qualified teacher/degree holder or hold an additional relevant 
qualification to this level. 

To apply for this role, visit www.luton.gov.uk/jobs & click on the link to the Teaching and Schools Vacancies. 
Alternatively, please send a large stamped addressed envelope (Minimum A5 size with 1st Class Large Letter Stamp) 
to the school address or visit the school between 8.00am and 4.00pm to collect a pack. 

Closing date for all applications - 15th July 2014 

Interviews - 18th July 2014 

Please note that the school cannot accept C.V.'s. 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share 
this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, 
including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service. 


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Ashcroft High School Crawley Green Road, Luton, Beds LU2 9AG 

Ashcroft High School is an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school with just under 1,000 students. We were judged to be good with 
outstanding leadership by Ofsted in October 2013. 

We are looking to appoint a Science Technician and Senior Science Technician to provide technical support to the Science 
Department and to ensure teachers and students are effectively supported in the practical component of the science curriculum. 

SCIENCE TECHNICIAN 

37 hours per week 

8am to 4pm Monday to Thursday, 8am to 3.30pm Friday. 

Term time only + 5 training days + 1 week to be worked during the summer holidays. 

Grade L3 Point 16 Actual salary £14,656. 

Under the direction of the Senior Science Technician your duties will include: 

The preparation of materials and equipment for science lessons, maintenance of the science laboratories, keeping the 
preparation room in good order, and general duties in support of the teachers in the Science Department. 

SENIOR SCIENCE TECHNICIAN 

37 hours per week 

8am to 4pm Monday to Thursday, 8am to 3.30pm Friday. 

Term time only + 5 training days + 1 week to be worked during the summer holidays. 

Grade L4 Point 20 Actual salary £16,523 

Under the direction of the Subject Leader your duties will include: 

Directing and supporting the Science Technician, giving on-going training to the Science Technician, the preparation of materials 
and equipment for science lessons, maintenance of the science laboratories, keeping the preparation room in good order, and 
general duties in support of the teachers in the Science Department. 

For both opportunities, you will have: 

a recognised qualification in Science at A level or above 

awareness of standard procedures e.g. titrations and making up chemical solutions 
confidence in using basic ICT 

good planning and organisational skills and a flexible approach to the management of work 
the ability to prepare all levels of Chemistry/Biology/Physics practical's 
good communication & interpersonal skills 


a strong commitment to your professional development and career management, 
an opportunity to be part of an enthusiastic and creative team, 
a working environment focused on learning and on raising standards for all. 


To apply, please see our website at www.hays.co.uk/jobs/ashcroft or call Brett Coventry on 020 8872 5707. 
Email: ashcroft@hays.com 

Closing Date 9am Friday 11 July 2014 

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We expect all staff to share this commitment. 

Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers 
and the Disclosure and Barring Service. 


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Part of the successful Mediaforce Group, Mortimers Logistics is an 
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We currently have full time and casual opportunities 
for motivated and reliable Class 2 Drivers. 

To apply please send your CV to Steve Adams 
on sadams@mortimers.co.uk or call 01582 471 155. 

Strictly No Agencies. 


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PAYE or CIS 

For commercial work. Must be able to work on 
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Please call 01234 359751 
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Bedford Borough Council 


Bedford Borough Council takes great care to recruit the very best people so that the 
services we provide to our community are first class. We believe that the best work gets 
done in an environment that’s enjoyable and which values, supports and encourages the 
development of its employees. In return we expect our employees to work hard and be 
committed to help us achieve our vision and share our values. 

Chief Executive 

Team Leader (Payments) 

£28,992 - £30,311 • Quote ref: 002482 
Fixed term for 12 months 

Environment and Sustainable Communities 

School Crossing Patrol 

£13,321 - £14,013 per annum, plus Supplement to bring pay 
in line with the Living Wage, currently £14,759 P er annum 
(£7.65 an hour) • Quote ref: P000918 
Part-time at 8 hours 45 minutes per week 

For full job details visit www.bedford.gov.uk 
Closing date for both posts: 21 July 2014 

Posts working with children and/or vulnerable adults will be subject to the disclosure 
of criminal records. 

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Vacancy ID: 101584 


General Vacancies 


TENNYSON ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL 

Tennyson Road, Luton LU1 3RS 

Midday Supervisor 

£1,765 - £1,833 p.a. 

6.25 hours per week, term-time only 

Tennyson Road Primary are looking for Midday Supervisors. This post is for 1.25 hours per day 
Monday to Friday (term time only). 

We are looking for midday supervisors to join our busy team in September 2014. You will help 
support the lunchtime playground activities, supervise pupils during the lunchtime session 
and ensure their safety and general welfare. A caring, understanding nature and the ability to 
communicate effectively with children and adults are essential qualities for this post. 

Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged, please call us on tel: 01582 723230 
to make an appointment. 

For further details and an application form please send a Large SAE (value £1) to 
Mrs Goodyear at the school address 
Closing date: 13 July 2014. 

Interview date: 18 July 2014. 

WHIPPERLEY INFANT ACADEMY 

Whipperley Ring, Farley Hill, Luton LU1 5QY 

Foundation Stage Teaching Assistant 

£12,633 - £13,993 p.a. Vacancy ID: 101589 

33.5 hours per week, term-time only 

Whipperley Infant Academy is a popular and thriving infant school. We are seeking to appoint 
an experienced foundation stage teaching assistant. You will work as part of the foundation 
stage team. You will be responsible for developing and preparing resources for activities to 
develop children's interests and curiosity. You will work closely with class teachers and other 
support staff, so you will need to be a team player. You will also be required to record accurate 
and timely observations for use in each child's profile. Above all, you will have to expect the 
unexpected and work flexibly. 

For further details and to apply online please visit luton.gov.uk/jobs or please contact 
the school on tel: 01582 725868 to pick up an application form. We are unable to post 
application forms out. Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged, please call us 
on above number to make an appointment. 

Closing date: 18 July 2014. 

Interview date: 22 July 2014. 

CVs will not be accepted for any posts based in schools. 

Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of 
children and expect all staff to share this commitment. 

Applicants must be willing to undergo childlvulnerable adult 
protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks 
with previous employers and a Criminal Record check. 


General Vacancies 



ARNOLD 

ACADEMY 

Barton-le-Clay, 
Bedfordshire MK45 4JZ. 







Arnold Academy is looking to fill the following vacancies from September 2014: 

CARETAKER WITH SUPERVISORY DUTIES 

(Level 3A points 15 -18 £16,215 - £17,333 pro rata). 

Full time 37 hours / week, involves some out of hours cover. 

CLEANERS 

(Level IB points 5-8 £12,435 - £13,321 pro rata). 10 hours / week 
working 3.30 - 5.30 daily. 

TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTS* 

(Level 2A points 10 - 13 £14,013 - £15,598 pro rata) to support pupils 
with a variety of additional needs in small groups as well as individually. 
Post 1: 25 hours - experience of EAL, speech and language desirable. 
Post 2: 25 hours - general pupil support. 

MIDDAY SUPERVISOR* 

(Level ID points 7-10 £12,915 - £14,013 pro rata) to work one hour/day. 

MIDDAY SUPERVISOR / LUNCHTIME PLAY LEADER* 

(Level 2A points 10 - 13 £14,013 - £15,598 pro rata). 

6 hours 15 minutes per week, responsible for organising play activities, 
managing equipment and ensuring supervision of pupils. 

*These roles are term time only plus training days. 

If you are interested in any of the above positions please visit our Academy to see us in action. 
For more information or to arrange a visit contact Mrs Wendy Simpson (Office Manager) on 
01582 616400 or email admin@arnold.beds.sch.uk. 

An application pack can be downloaded from our academy website: 
www.arnold.beds.sch.uk. 

Closing date for all posts: Noon on Wednesday 16th July 2014 

Arnold Academy is committed to safeguarding the welfare of young people. All appointments are subject to enhanced DBS checks. 


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Project Manager - H & CL Business 
Improvement Team 


Vacancy ID: 101601 


£28,922 - £31,160 per annum 
Full-time, 37 hours per week 

The post represents a key role within the Business Improvement Team, ensuring the delivery of 
efficient, cost effective and continuously improving services within HCL through the management 
of projects, business analysis and reviews of quality and compliance. 

You will have a relevant Degree or Management Qualification; or equivalent training or experience. 

Closing date: 15 July 2014 

School Crossing Patrol Officer 

£6.90 - £7.71 per hour Vacancy ID: 101599 

Part-time, term-time only 

Join our Great Team. Luton Borough Council has School Crossing Patrols at various locations in 
the town. Whether you are looking for a job to fit in with your family commitments, early retired, 
or looking for a great part-time position, this could be the perfect job for you. Help us to ensure 
the safety of children on their journey to and from school morning and afternoon. We offer full 
onsite training and protective uniform. 

Bushmead Road/Bushmead Primary 
Hitchin Road/Stopsley Primary 
Ashcroft Road/Ramridge Primary 

The below post is a fixed term contract for 6 months: 

Marsh Road/Gardenia Avenue 08.20 - 09.10 15.10 - 16.00 

For more information only, call Kath or Gina on (01582) 546820. 

Closing date: 13 July 2014 

Apply now online at www.luton.gov.uk/jobs if you experience problems applying 
online, please call (01582) 546621 during office hours. 

Please quote appropriate reference number. 

Applicants must be willing to undergo child/vulnerable adult protection screening 
appropriate to the post, including checks with previous employers and a Criminal 
Record check. 


We value equality because quality services need 
the best people - from the whole community. 


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manner and good communication skills are essential. 

The successful candidate will be part of a team but they 
will also be required to work on their own initiative. 

If you are looking for a job with a difference, then we 
would like to hear from you. 

Please email your CV to Debbie Hewlett at 
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General Vacancies 


Manshead School 

Dunstable Road, Caddington, Beds. LU1 4BB 

Headteacher: dim Parker 

Number on Roll: 1130 (320 in the Sixth Form) 


We are an over-subscribed School situated on a very attractive site just south 
of Dunstable. From September 2014 we are expanding to become an 11-19 
Secondary School. 

SCIENCE TECHNICIAN 

37 HOURS PER WEEK, TERM TIME ONLY 

ACTUAL SALARY £12,147 - £13,521 PA (BASED ON FTE 

OF £14,013-£15,598) 

We are seeking to recruit a Science Technician to work as part of the technician 
team supporting all aspects of delivery of teaching and learning in the newly 
refurbished Science Department. 

Please download an application pack from www.mansheadschool.co.uk or 
email: office@mansheadschool.co.uk or tel: 01582 679409 
Closing date - Monday 14th July with interviews to be held within 10 days 
of closing. We would welcome visits from prospective candidates. 

Central Bedfordshire Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the 
welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers in 
schools to share this commitment. A Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check 
is required for this post. 



Bedford Borough Council 


Springfield Lower School 

Orchard Street, Kempston, Bedford MK 42 7 LJ 

Teacher 

Full-time Temporary Post 
MPS 

Required for January 2015 

We require an outstanding Teacher with a creative mind and a passion 
for independent and creative learning. 

You will be keen to embrace new technology to help inspire young minds. 
You will be joining a large supportive team so good cooperation and 
collaboration skills are vital. 

NQT’s welcome to apply. Visits to the school are essential. 

Teaching Assistant 

17/2 hours per week 

NJC Level 2 A, Pts 10 - 13 , starting Pt 10 

Teaching Assistant required for September 2014 , rj x /i hours per week. 
We wish to appoint a calm, enthusiastic and committed person to 
support Teaching and Learning. 

You must have the ability to get the best from children and also to 
work as a member of a team. 

You are welcome to visit the school. 

For further details and an application pack for both roles, please 
contact the school by email at spring@deal.bedfordshire.gov.uk 
or by telephoning the school office on 01234 306000 . 

Closing date for both roles: 11 July 2014 . 

Interview date for both roles: w/c 14 July 2014 . 

Bedford Borough schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of 
children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 
The Council is an Equal Opportunities Employer. 


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TEACHING ASSISTANT 

(Supporting English as an Additional Language students) 
NJC APT & C Staff Level 2A pts 10 - 13 
£14,013-£15,598 pro rata 
Fixed Term Contract 


We have a vacancy for a Teaching Assistant to support students with a range 
of language needs within our Learning Support Faculty as we strive to further 
improve standards. A working knowledge of Eastern European languages would 
be an advantage. 

You will have a knowledge of techniques that help students to access the 
curriculum and support their learning and development. You must be a team 
player, organised, versatile and be an effective communicator. 

Additional remuneration is available to a suitably experienced applicant who is 
able to pick up some responsibilities within the EAL area. 

The appointment is on a fixed term contract from 1st September 2014 to 31st 
August 2015, 35 hours/week, term-time only (including 5 training days). 
Hastingsbury is a 13-19 multi-cultural community College situated on a pleasant 
suburban site to the south west of Bedford. 

For an application pack please visit our website or email 
jcarr@hastingsbury.beds.sch.uk. The closing date for completed applications 
is midday Monday 14th July 2014. 

Hastingsbury is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of 
children. In accordance with the Police Act 1997 all posts in schools are subject to 
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Stopsley Primary School is a thriving and expanding 
school 

Our children "behave well and work hard in lessons. They feel safe and are proud of their 
school and of their achievements." Ofsted, Dec 2012. 

September 2014 

Our 'Good' school is on exciting journey towards outstanding and we are looking for 
enthusiastic and dedicated staff who will join and support us in achieving our vision. 

We are seeking an enthusiastic, energetic and committed professional to join our 
successful team. 

The successful candidate will 

• Support teaching staff in all aspects of the curriculum 

• Ensure that every child has access to learning opportunities that allow them to 
develop into independent, active learners 

• Able to use your skills, knowledge and training to develop the pupil's language 
communications skills and social interactions 

• Work closely with the class teacher and other professionals to contribute effectively 
to developing and monitoring the individual. 

• Have a real interest in early years and primary education 
Please make an appointment to have a look at our learning environment. 

Please apply online at www.luton.gov.uk 

Closing date 6.00pm 15th July 2014 

CVs will not be accepted for any posts based in schools. The school is committed to 
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this 
commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate 
to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & 

Barring Service (DBS). 


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THE BOROUGH OF LUTON (TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT) (AMENDMENT N0.11) ORDER 2014 

THE BOROUGH OF LUTON (TRAFFIC REGULATION) (BUS LANES AND BUS-ONLY ROUTES) CONSOLIDATION (AMENDMENT N0.3) ORDER 2014 

NOTICE is hereby given that on 30th June 2014 Luton Borough Council, the Highway Authority for the said Borough, made the above Orders under the relevant provisions of the Road Traffic 
Regulation Act 1984 (as amended). 

The Orders shall come into operation on 14th July 2014. 

The reason for the Orders is to introduce the necessary alterations to traffic management and road use as part of the ongoing development associated with the Luton Town Centre Transport 
Scheme. 

The Orders: 

1. Revoke the one way restrictions as specified in Schedule 1 below; 

2. Introduce one way restrictions as specified in schedule 2 below; 

3. Introduce No Left Turn restriction as specified in schedule 3 below; 

4. Introduce No Right Turn restriction as specified in schedule 4 below; 

5. Introduce the reference for Dual Carriageway as specified in schedule 5 below; 

6. Introduce the reference to Pedestrian Area as specified in schedule 6 below; 

7. Introduce a new article Article 32 as follows: 

Nothing in Articles 23 and 32 of this Order shall make it unlawful for any vehicle to enter or proceed in any road or length of road specified in Columns 1 and 2 of Schedule 

15 to this Order and opposite to which reference is made to this article in Column 4 of the said Schedule 15 provided that such entering is only for the purpose of loading and 
unloading goods to and from premises to facilitate the holding of an event. 

8. Introduce a new definition as follows: “Event” any ratified sporting event, social event or entertainment 

9. Amend the reference in The Borough of Luton (Traffic Regulation) (Bus Lanes and Bus-Only Routes) Consolidation Order 2011 for John Street from contraflow 
to westwards. 

Schedule 1 - Revoke OneWay direction of travel 


ROAD 

SECTION. 

DIRECTION. 



Bute Street 

Shoppers Car Park. 

The whole. 

From the entrance to Church Street to the exit into Bute Street. 



Bute Street. 

Section that runs along parallel to Bute Street car park. 

From east to west towards the western junction of Bute Street. 



Schedule 2 - Introduce OneWay direction of travel 



ROAD 

SECTION. 

DIRECTION. 



Bute Street 

From a point opposite the north eastern corner of No 70 Bute Street to its most 
western junction with Guildford Street. 

From north to south. 



Guildford Street. 

From its cross roads junction at Bute Street to a point opposite the boundary 
between No’s 27/29 Guildford Street. 

Eastbound from Bute Street to Church Street. 



Schedule 3 - Introduce No left Turn restriction 



ROAD 

FROM 

TO 



Cheapside. 

Cheapside. 

Guildford Street. 



Schedule 4 - Introduce No Right Turn restriction 



ROAD 

FROM 

TO 



Bute Street. 

From its eastern junction opposite the boundary between No’s 27/29 
Guildford Street. 

Guildford Street. 



Schedule 5 - Introduce Dual Carriageway 



ROAD 

SECTION OF DUAL CARRIAGEWAY 



Crawley Green Road. 

From its junction with St Mary’s Road/Windmill Road to the junction with Crescent Road 



Schedule 6 - Prohibition or Restriction of Access - Pedestrian Area 



ROAD 

SECTION 

VEHICLES 

ARTICLES 



Bute Street. 

From its junction with Guildford Street to a point opposite the boundary 
of No’s 50/52 Bute Street. 

All vehicles 

23, 24, 28, 29, 32, 32a. 

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Guildford Street. 

From its western junction with Bute Street to a point opposite the 
boundary of No’s 40A / 40&48 Guildford Street. 

All vehicles 

23, 24, 28, 29, 38. 


Copies of the Orders and reasons for making the Orders may be inspected at the Town Hall, Luton. Please telephone Highway Services on 01582 546783 to arrange for an appointment to view. 

Any person wishing to question the validity of the Orders or of any provision contained in them on the grounds that they are not within the powers contained in the above Act or any requirement 
of that Act or any regulation made under it has not been complied with in relation to the Orders, may, within six weeks of the date on which the Orders were made, apply to the High Court for this 
purpose. Graham Turner, Highway Services Manager 

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(TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE) (N0.2) ORDER 2014 

NOTICE is hereby given that Luton Borough Council, the Highway Authority 
for the said Borough, intends to make the above Order under the relevant 
provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended). 

The Order will come into operation 26 th July 2014 and cease operation 
after 27 th July 2014 or when the proposed works have been completed. 
Specific times and dates will be signed locally. The Order will therefore 
be in operation when signs are displayed. 

The effect of the Order will allow the Council to close to traffic the road 
and length of road in the schedule below. The Order is intended to create a 
window for the works to be done and it is anticipated that the works will be 
completed over a period within the dates described above. 

The purpose of the Order is to enable railway bridge safety examinations to 
be carried out. Whilst such works are being carried out and diversions for 
traffic will be marked by signs. 

6 th July 2014 Graham Turner, Highway Services Manager 

Town Hall Luton LU1 2BQ 

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ROAD 

LENGTH OF ROAD 

DATES AND TIMES 

New Bedford 
Road. 

At the junction with 
Hucklesby Way 
roundabout. 

From 23.00 hours on Saturday 
26th July 2014 to 05.00 hours 
on Sunday 27th July 2014. 


Luton Local Plan 2011-2031 

Publication of Draft Plan and its Sustainability Appraisal 

Document titles 

1. Draft Luton Local Plan for Public Consultation (2011 -2031) 

2. Sustainability Appraisal of the Luton Local Plan 

Subject Matter 

Building on a consultation process that began in 2012, 
the draft plan sets-out the preferred vision, objectives and 
detailed policies to guide development across the town. 

The sustainability appraisal identifies the significant 
effects of the plan. 

Area Covered 

The borough of Luton. 

Participation 

Representations are sought on the breadth and depth of 
the vision, objectives and policies proposed by the draft 
plan. Comments are also sought on the sustainability 
appraisal of the plan. 

Responses to this stage of consultation will inform a 
further version of the plan that will be submitted to the 
Planning Inspectorate for formal examination. 

All representations must be received between 30 th June 

2014 and 22 nd August 2014. 

All representations must be posted or Submitted 
electronically using the Contact details Provided below. 

Contact Details 

Website: www.luton.gov.uk/localplan 

Email: strategicplanningteam@luton.gov.uk 

Strategic Planning 

Luton Borough Council, Town Hall, Luton, LU1 2BQ 

Tel: (01582) 547087 

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THE BOROUGH OF LUTON (ST MARY’S ROAD) 

(TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE) ORDER 2014 

NOTICE is hereby given that on 30 th June 2014 Luton Borough Council, the Highway Authority for the said Borough, 
made the above Order under the relevant provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended). 

The Order will come into operation on 7 th July 2014 for a period of 18 months. Specific times and dates will 

be signed locally. The Order will therefore be in operation when signs are displayed. 

The effect of the Order will allow the Council to close to traffic the road and length of road in the Schedule below. 
The Order is intended to create a window for the works to be done and it is anticipated that the works will be 
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The purpose of the Order is to enable carriageway resurfacing works to be carried out. Diversions for traffic will be 
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ROAD 

LENGTH OF ROAD 

St Mary’s Road Roundabout. 

The whole length. 


Graham Turner, Highway Services Manager 
Town Hall, Luton LU1 2BQ 

THE BOROUGH OF LUTON (TOWN CENTRE) 

(TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATIONS) ORDER 2014 

NOTICE is hereby given that Luton Borough Council, the Highway Authority for the said Borough, intends to make 
the above Order under the relevant provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended). 

The Order will come into operation on 21st July 2014 for a period of 18 months. Specific times and dates will 
be signed locally. The Order will therefore be in operation when signs are displayed. 

The effect of the Order will allow Town Centre highway improvement works to take place. To facilitate these works 
the Council intends to temporarily suspend the Bus Lane and One Way restriction in conjunction with the road 
closures as described in Schedules below to assist with traffic movement. The Order is intended to create a window 
for the works to be done within the dates described as above. Specific times and dates and any diversion routes 
will be signed locally and site operatives will be in attendance when required. 

The purpose of the Order is to facilitate the works associated with the Town Centre Transport Scheme. 

Access will be maintained as best as possible to properties and off street parking areas where this may be done 
safely and diversions for traffic will be marked by signs and site operatives. 

SCHEDULE 1 - TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES 


ROAD 

LENGTH OF ROAD 

Bute Street. 

From its junction with Silver Street to its junction with Guildford Street. 

Bute Street. 

From a point opposite the boundary of No’s 61/63 Bute Street to a point 
opposite the side wall of No 70 Bute Street. 


SCHEDULE 2 - TEMPORARY SUSPEND BUS LANE 


ROAD 

LENGTH OF ROAD 

Library Road. 

From its junction with Bute Street north westwards to a point 14 metres 
south east of the south east flank wall of the former Thistle Strathmore Hotel. 


SCHEDULE 3 - TEMPORARY SUSPEND ONE WAY 


ROAD 

LENGTH OF ROAD 

Bute Street. 

From its junction with Silver Street to its junction with Guildford Street. 


DATED: 6th July 2014 


Graham Turner, Highway Services Manager s 
Town Hall, Luton LU1 2BQ @ 


LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL 

NOTICE IS GIVEN UNDER 

PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS & CONSERVATION 
AREAS) ACT 1990 PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS & 
CONSERVATION AREAS) REGULATIONS 1990 

Site: The Engine, 43 Bute Street 
Description: Erection of a two storey rear extension, 
chimney flue and conversion of first and second floors into 
8 bedsits 

Application No: 14/00776/FUL Conservation Area 

The application and submitted details can be inspected using 
Public Access, the on-line planning service at 
www.eplan.luton.gov.uk and enter the application number into 
the Application Search. This site can be accessed at any library 
free of charge. If you wish to discuss the proposal, please 
contact the Case Officer on Luton 546317. 

Any representations should be made to the Development 
Control Manager within 21 days of the date of this notice 
quoting the application number above. This can be done in 
writing or on-line through public access (full details can be 
found on the website). 

Dated 6 th July 2014 

Development Control Manager @LW 


LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL 
NOTICE IS GIVEN UNDER 
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ACT, 
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE 
ORDER 1995) 

Site: 37 - 39 Castle Street 
Description: Development of land for 
residential use - Erection of 10 storey building 
comprising 35 apartments after demolition of 
existing buildings 
Application No: 14/00710/OUT 
The application and submitted details can 
be inspected using Public Access, the on-line 
planning service at www.eplan.luton.gov.uk and 
enter the application number into the Application 
Search. This site can be accessed at any library 
free of charge. If you wish to discuss the proposal, 
please contact the Case Officer on Luton 546317. 
Any representations should be made to the 
Development Control Manager within 21 days 
of the date of this notice quoting the application 
number above. This can be done in writing or 
on-line through public access 
(full details can be found on the website). 

Dated 6 th July 2014 
Development Control Manager 


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2005 FORD FOCUS 1.6 GHIA 5DR, PANTER BLACK WITH GREY TRIM, AIRCON, PAS, ABS, CD, R.C. LOCKING, SERVICE HISTORY. £1999 

2004 FORD KA 1.2 BLACK WITH GREY TRIM, PAS, CD, LOW MILAGE. £1495 

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X CITROEN XSARA PICASSO 1.6, 5 Door, petrol, manual, A/C, e/w, e/mirrors, 
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please call Roy Mills 
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Kensworth Industrial Est 
Common Road, Kensworth, Beds LU6 2PN 



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in chili red with white roof, 70000 miles, half leather, 
radio cd, fitted with air conditioning, electric windows, 
remote central locking, air bags, power steering, factory 
alarm system, rear spoiler, front fog lights and alloy 
wheels, hot/cold glove box, ISO FIX child seat point. 

Price: £4495 


We also buy 
and sell mini's 
as well as Part 
Exchange 




in Frozen White, 17000 miles, electric windows, electric 
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loading door, fold flat passengers seat, fully ply lined 
rear in very good condition, some racking is fitted in the 
rear, NO VAT 

Price: £8195 


In chilli red, 32,000 miles, fitted with air 
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steering, factory alarm system, 6 disc cd changer, 
automatic stability control, front fog lights and alloy 
wheels. Price: £3995 


Petrol in Blue, 55000 mile, Fitted with alloy wheels, Fold 
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01582 424040 • www.miniplace.co.uk 


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Cars Wanted 


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Cars Under £1,000 


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COLLECTION 

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Door Hatchback, MOT/ 
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condition (Bedford Area) 


MITSUBISHI 
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VAUXHALL 
VECTRA GLS 16V 

l.8ltr, 2000, Red, 5 Door 
Hatchback. 5 months 
tax and mot. 127K 
mis. Electric sunroof, 
immaculate condition. 

£795 ono 


FIAT PANDA 
2008 

1.2 Dynamic Eco model, 
yellow, 5 door, 4 seat, 1 
lady owner, 33,000 miles, 
FSH, recent cam belt 
change by Fiat, £30 per 
year TAX, cheap to insure, 
MOT until 15 Nov 14 


Hyundai 


HYUNDAI 130 
COMFORT CRDI 



AUDI A4 1.8T 
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£995 

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2012 FORD 
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£33.00 


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2ltr, 2012, White, Estate, 
immac cond, 12 mths mot, 
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A/C, alarm, immob, alloys, 
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h/seats, PAS, sat nav, s/ 
roof, is my nice car. is a 
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£7550 

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l.6ltr, 2010, Red, 5 Door 
Hatchback, immac cond, 
12 mths mot, 12 mths 
tax, FSH, 31000 miles 

£6,500 ono 

01767 651335 


MAZDA MX5 
ROADSTER 
1.6CC 

02 reg, blue, convertible, 
12 months MOT, alloys, 2 
doors, E/w, C/L, P/S, vgc 

£1,295 OHO 

01234 297271 
or 07979 991988 


Mercedes Benz 


l.SItr, 2009, Black, 
Convertible, 35000 mis, 
excel cond, 12 mths mot, 

11 mths tax, FSH, alloys, CD, 
C/L, airbag, E/w, PAS, S/Roof 

£4,444 OVno 

01462 815368 

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Peugeot 


PEUGEOT 206 
ALLURE 


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407 SE HDI 

2ltr, 2005, Green, Estate, mot 
Nov, needs attention hence 

£850 

. 07772 435037 . 


RENAULT TRAFICI 
T1100 SWB 




l.6ltr, 2005, very pretty 
Red, Coupe, cabriolet, 
electric roof, windows, 
mirrors, C/L, A/C, leather, 
alloys, new MOT, only 46k 
miles, very pretty car. 

£3,295 ono 

07885 418533 
or 01234 358351 


PEUGEOT 206 LX 1 

1.1 Itr, 2001, Blue, 3 Door, 
63000 mis, VGC, Very 
Reliable, 12 mths mot, 


2.2ltr petrol, 1995, Red, 
Mini Bus, 83000 mis, VGC, 
8 mths mot, S/S/H,, family 
owned for 11 years, only 
used for camping, fully 
carpeted in the back, 
needs a good home. 

£795 

07850 963124 


VAUXHALL 
CORSA 1.0CC 

3dr Hatchback, Long 
Mot, good runner 

£550 ono 

Luton (T) 

07774 635774 




FSH, A/C, CD, C/L, E/W 


1 FORD FIESTA 1 

MERCEDES 

1 

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Chrysler 


TITANIUM 


2001 CHRYSLER 
VOYAGER 

2.5ltr, diesel, manual, 
wheelchair accessible 
(4 seats + wheelchair), 
lowering suspension 
plus ramp, A/C, vgc, 
5l,500mls only, SH, mot. 

£3,895 ono 

01234 871623 
or 07890 522825 


1 CHRYSLER 
GR-VOYAGER 
EXEC CRD A 

2.8ltr, 2007, Black, 
Automatic Mpv, ABS, alloys, 
airbag, E/w, h/ leather 
seats, PAS, roof rails, black 
tinted rear windows, tow 
bar, mot and taxed till end 
Feb 2015.130000 Miles 

£4,250 ono 

I 07906 075039 



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l.4ltr, 2011, Silver 5 Door 
Hatchback, 20500 mis. FDSH, 
12 mnths mot, 4mnths 
tax. F/E/w. Bluetooth 
connectivity. A/C, Airbags, 
C/D, PAS, ABS, C/L. Alloys. 

£7,495 

I 07779 001156 I 


FORD FOCUS 
ZETEC CLIMATE 
AUTO 

l.6ltr, 2007, Black, 3 Door 
Hatchback, good cond. 

, 5 mths mot, 5 mths 
tax, S/S/H, ABS, A/C, 
alarm, immob, alloys, C/L, 
airbag, E/M, E/w, PAS 

£2,650 ono 

01234 304852 
or 07920 803181 


FORD GALAXY 
GHIA TDI AUTO 



1 CITROEN XSARA 
PICASSO SX 16V 

l.7ltr, 2001, Blue, Estate, 

8 mths mot. Sun roof, 
E/W, E/M, CD, Alloys, 

£850 000 

I 07913 025453 


l.9ltr, 2005, Silver, 
Mpv, vgc, tax until July 
14, full year mot. 

£3,495 

07714 232437 
or 01234 351175 


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BENZ E320 CDI 
AVANTGARDE 

2005, 69K miles, Full 
Mercedes Benz Service 
History, Tax and Tested. One 
owner. Black with cream 
leather. Excellent condition. 

£6,950 

1 07957 472240 1 


MERCEDES 
CLK 200 
CONVERTIBLE 

2ltr, 2001, 51 plate, Green, 
kompressor, 127k, leather 
trim, alloys, remote central 
locking, mot September, 
no tax, drives well, all 
offers, part ex welcome. 

£1,995 

07850 571753 


MERCEDES 
SLK 230 
KOMPRESSOR 
AUTO 

2.3ltr, Blue, Convertible, 
I2mnths MOT, 78k mis, 
immaculate condition 
throughout. 

£4,200 ono 

07787 172097 
or 01234 950909 


SELL IT 

FAST 

IT'S 


07982 129743 


PEUGEOT 
206 LOOK 

l.4ltr, petrol, 2003, Silver, 
5 Door Hatchback, full 1 
year mot, new exhaust 
system, 46k mis genuine. 

£1,250 ono 

01582 606928 


SKODA FAB IA 
CLASSIC 8V 


VAUXHALL 

CORSA 

COMFORT 

2002 Reg, 

1200CC 

5 DR Hatch, C/L, PAS, E/W, 
60k, 12 months mot 
vgc 

£1,250 ono 

(T) 

01582 733759 


1 VAUXHALL 1 
ASTRA 
DESIGN A 

l.SItr, 2008, Beige, 5 Door 
Hatchback, 50k mis, tow 
bar included, FSH, Excellent 
condition throughout 

£3,750 

I 07712 147309 I 


1 VAUXHALL 1 
ASTRA 

ELEGANCE AUTO 

l.6ltr, 2003, Silver, 5 Door 
Hatchback. 49k mis. 

£1,200 ono 

I 07961 708124 i 


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Anything 
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01767 261622 
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WE BUY ANY 
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4X4s 




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Flying direct from an airport near 
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Join us for the most exciting, most magical 
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Price includes 

• Return flight from London Stansted & 
London Gatwick to Pajala, Lapland 

• Transfers from the airport to ‘Santa’s 


you 

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• Snowmobile safari adventure 

• Reindeer-drawn sleigh ride 

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• A gift for children 

• Two-course lunch 

• Hot drinks throughout the day 


@ www.newmarket.travel/bos18262 (£) 0844 391 2188 code BOS 

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Flying direct from an airport near you 
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• Relive the golden age of steam on the 
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• Cross the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct on the 42 
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• Visit the Highland resort of Aviemore 

• Four nights’ dinner, bed and Scottish breakfast 
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• All touring and airport transfers by coach 

• Return flights to Edinburgh from London 
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• Escorted by a friendly, experienced 
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Treasures of 
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Flying direct from London Stansted 
Departs Sept, Oct & Nov 2014 

The delights of enthralling Istanbul, extraordinary 
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Price includes 

• Return flights to Turkey from London Stansted 

• Three nights’ bed and breakfast 
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• One night’s half-board accommodation in the 
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• Three nights’ half-board accommodation in the 
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• Guided tours to Istanbul, Anzac Cove, Troy, 
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• The services of a Newmarket Tour Manager 


Disneyland® Paris 
Summer Magic by 
Eurostar 

Summer Disney Eurostar Breaks 
Departs 14 September & 12 
October 2014 

Disneyland Paris will capture & amaze children of 
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Price includes 

• Return standard-class Eurostar travel from 
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with designated seat reservations 

• Three nights’ accommodation in your chosen 
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Brussels 

In concert at the Palais 12 
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Departs 14 November 2014 

See Andre Rieu & The Johann Strauss Orchestra 
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Price includes 

• Return coach & Channel crossing travel 

• Two nights’ at a good quality two/three-star 
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• Continental breakfasts 

• A ticket for Andre Rieu in concert (upgrades 
available for a supplement) 

• Return hotel-venue transfers 

• Visit to Brussels 

• The services of a Tour Manager 


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Take your seat on the ancient esplanade of Edinburgh Castle for an unforgettable pageant 
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Bath and Colours of the Cotswolds 

Visit the wonderful city of Bath and explore The National Arboretum at Westonbirt, recently 
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FIT: George Bacon 


Bedfordshire look 
for victory after 
long journey north 

CRICKET 

BY LANCE CHRISTOPHER 

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ALL-rounder George Bacon has been 
passed fit for Bedfordshire’s Unicorns 
Championship game against 
Cumberland, which starts at Furness 
today, but off-spinner Alex King’s trou¬ 
blesome knee injury has ruled him out. 

Depending on availability he will be 
replaced by either Chris Esh or Tom Brett. 

Apart from King it is pretty much a full- 
strength Bedfordshire team which makes 
the long journey with last year’s captain 
Jamie Hewitt, who has been kept out of 
action by his duties as coach to Middlesex 
2nds and Haberdasher’s Eske School, 
making his first championship appear¬ 
ance of the season. 

He is likely to open the batting with 
Luke Thomas and will also add depth to 
the Bedfordshire seam attack. 

Back after injury is Dan Blacktopp who 
will bat at number three with George 
Thurstance and in-form skipper Andy 
Reynoldson, who was picked to play for 
the Unicorns representative side during 
the week, following at four and five. 

There are no batting rabbits with every¬ 
one in the side accustomed to batting in 
the middle order or higher for their clubs. 
This is probably just as well given the 
unpredictability of the wickets in 
Cumberland due to the weather. 

In Cumberland’s last home game, which 
was played just down the road in Barrow, 
Buckinghamshire were bowled out for 56 
in their first innings and Cumberland 
won just after lunch on the second day. 

Due to the intransigency of the MCCA 
committee which decided that 
Bedfordshire must play Norfolk during 
that county’s festival week at the end of 
the month rather than two weeks ago 
when all the other minor counties were in 
action, Bedfordshire are already playing 
catch-up and badly need a win to get 
among the Eastern Division title contend¬ 
ers. 

The county’s first game against Suffolk 
at Luton a month ago ended in a draw. 
After Cumberland, Bedfordshire play 
Cambridgeshire at Bedford Modern 
School on July 20, 21 and 22 and complete 
a busy month with the trip to Norfolk. 

Today’s Bedfordshire team to play 
against Cumberland is: Andy Reynoldson, 
Jamie Hewitt, Luke Thomas, Dan 
Blacktopp, George Thurstance, Alex 
Martin, Martin Weightman, George 
Bacon, Jon Carpenter, Shabbz Hussain, 
Chris Esh or Tom Brett. 


HATTERS 
BY SPORTSDESK 

sportpisnmedia.co.uk 


RIGHT-back Paul Connolly could become the 
latest player to sign for Luton Town following 
their return to the Football League. 

Reports have suggested that the Hatters are 
lining up a move for the 30-year-old former 
Leeds United and Derby County player on a free 
transfer. 

The signing would add a wealth of experience 
and depth to the position, with Connolly spend¬ 
ing most of his career playing in the 
Championship. 

He spent last season playing for Millwall and 
Crawley Town on short term deals and is now 
said to be interesting Luton boss John Still. 

Crawley released Connolly at the end of last 
season after he missed the last five games of the 
campaign due to striking an opposition fan 
during a game against Brentford on April 18. 

Meanwhile, Still has handed Luke Rooney a 
chance to impress by handing him a new six- 
month deal at Kenilworth Road. 

The former Gillingham and Swindon mid¬ 
fielder made six appearances in Town colours 
last season following his arrival in March on a 
deal that ended at the end of the campaign. 

He made his Luton debut as a substitute in the 
3-0 victory over Chester and made his first start 
in the 1-0 win over Aldershot. 

The 23-year-old has previously tasted League 
Two experience with Swindon, who he helped 
win the title in 2011/12. 

His future had been in doubt but he now has 
the opportunity to earn a longer term deal. 

“It’s fair to say that Luton supporters haven’t 
seen the best of me yet,” Rooney told Hatters 
Player. “I intend to take this chance and show 
them what I can really offer.” 

One player who has exited the club is fellow 
midfielder JJ O’Donnell who was limited to only 
a handful of appearances in Hatters colours last 
season. 

The 22-year-old revealed the news that he had 
left the club on Twitter after spending most of 
last season away from Kenilworth Road on loan 


deals. He made just three appearances for the 
Hatters in the title winning 2013/14 season, 
before spells at Skrill Premier rivals Hyde and 
Gateshead. 

“The privilege every time I was lucky enough 
to pull on the Luton Town shirt both in training 
and match days will live with me forever,” he 
said. 

Meanwhile, former Luton skipper Ronnie 
Henry has made an expected return to former 
club Stevenage. 

The 30-year-old defender left Kenilworth Road 


after guiding the Hatters to the Skrill Premier 
title and a Football League return after being 
unable to agree a new deal. 

He was tipped to re-join Stevenage and that 
deal has now been confirmed after the expiry of 
his Luton contract. 

During his first spell at Boro he made 329 
appearances over a seven year period, winning 
two promotions and the FA Trophy twice. 

He departed for Luton in 2012 and will face his 
former Hatters team-mates this season after 
Stevenage’s relegation into League Two. 


Guernsey for Rovers 


FOOTBALL 

BARTON Rovers will have to travel 
to the Channel Islands following 
Friday’s draw for the preliminary 
round of the 2014/15 FA Trophy. 

The Southern League Division 
One Central outfit were drawn 
away at Guernsey who play at an 
equivalent level in the Isthmian 
League Division One South. 

Because of the club’s location 
Guernsey - who have former 
Southampton and England star 
Matt Le Tissier as honorary presi¬ 
dent - have been paying the travel 
costs of their opposition. 

A victory for Barton would see 
them handed another away tie in 
the first round proper, but this 


time it would be against either 
Northwood or Waltham Abbey. 

Newly promoted Southern 
Premier League side Dunstable 
Town enter at the first round stage 
and have been handed a trip to 
either Redbridge or Whyteleafe. 

Both sides play at a lower level so 
Town will be confident of progress¬ 
ing into the next round. 

Meanwhile, AFC Dunstable have 
learnt their opposition as well in 
the lower ranked FA Vase. 

The Spartan South Midlands 
Premier Division side will travel to 
CB Hounslow United of the 
Combined Counties League 
Division One in the first qualifying 
round. Details of the FA Cup draw 
can be found online. 


Bronze joy for Blair 


ATHLETICS 

LUTON Athletic Club’s Jo Blair 
claimed a superb bronze in the 
British Championships and 
European Trials held in 
Birmingham last weekend. 

She earned third spot on the 
podium with a best distance of 
49.82 metres, which was also a 
season’s best. 

Goldie Sayers of Belgrave won 
the event with a season’s best of 
her own - 62.75 metres. 

The silver went to Izzy Jeffs of 
North Devon with a best effort of 
54.53 metres. 

Blair opened up with a throw of 
44.34m before she recorded her 
medal winning distance with 


attempt number two. 

Her third attempt saw her regis¬ 
ter 47.44 metres - a mark she 
slightly improved at the fourth 
time of asking with a throw of 
47.64. 

The Luton athlete then did not 
manage to leave a mark on her 
final two throws but it wasn’t to 
matter as nobody could improve 
on her distance to pip her to the 
bronze medal. 

She was only narrowly ahead of 
fourth placed Rosie Semenytsh of 
Sale Harriers though, who left her 
best effort of 49.04 - just 78 centi¬ 
metres behind Blair - until last to 
ensure a nervy finish at the 
Alexander Stadium. Kate 
Oniwinde was fifth. 


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£100k Drury sets sights 
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HATTERS 
BY DAN PALMER 

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ANDY Drury wants to help propel 
Luton Town back to Championship 
football after returning to 
Kenilworth Road for a six-figure 
sum. 

The 30-year-old attacking mid¬ 
fielder is a Hatter again after sign¬ 
ing from Crawley Town for £100,000 
- dropping into League Two from 
the League One Red Devils. 

He has no intention of staying at 
this level for long though and is eye¬ 
ing further promotions for the 
Conference champions - who he 
left for Ipswich Town in 2011 after 
his first spell at the club. 

“Leaving for Ipswich was an 
opportunity I couldn’t turn down,” 
said Drury, who believes that he has 
returned to the club as a better 
player than when he departed. 

“I originally came to Luton to help 
them out of the Conference so I 
think I’ve got some unfinished 
business coming back now. 

“Luton has always been a massive 
club and while it took them a bit 


longer than expected to get back in 
the league the aim this season is to 
definitely go for promotion again. 

“League Two is a tough league but 
with the players we’ve got here 
there’s no reason why not. 

“I am looking forward to helping 
the club achieve success. It’s good 
to be in League Two but this club 
still doesn’t belong at this level. The 
Championship is where I feel it real¬ 
ly should be at.” 

Drury has penned a two-year deal 
after the Hatters triggered a clause 
in his Crawley contract that allowed 
him to speak to them. 

He linked up with his new team¬ 
mates this week as the Luton squad 
returned for pre-season training 
after the summer break. 

“We’ve had to be patient to sign 
Andy but now we have secured his 
signature I’m absolutely thrilled,” 
said boss John Still. “I’ve known 
Andy since he was at Ebbsfleet and 
last season, on the night we won the 
league, it was Andy who I was 
watching at Crawley. 

“I’ve always been an admirer and 
when told there might be a chance 
of signing him I jumped at it. 

“He’s a very experienced player 


and he has got that extra nous too. 

“He’s played in the Championship 
and in League One and I know what 
he’s capable of. 

“I see Andy as a central midfield 
player but he is flexible enough to 
play in a variety of positions and 
that’s always a big plus. 

“When we had the conversation it 
was clear he was keen to come back 
to Kenilworth Road because he left 
before he could help the club to pro¬ 
motion. 

“This year he could have stayed in 
League One but he has decided to 
join us again because he wants to 
push on - and, because he’s a good 
player, I am sure that will be the 
case.” 

Drury first joined Luton in 2010 
from Stevenage and joined Crawley 
on loan from Ipswich before signing 
for them permanently. 

“Crawley chief executive Michael 
Dunford said: “When Andy joined 
us he insisted on a clause in his con¬ 
tract whereby any club prepared to 
meet our valuation of him would 
have permission to talk to him. 

“Luton have met that valuation 
and Andy has decided to go back 
there.” 


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