There are a number of events being publicised which will take place two weeks from today, on the Sunday immediately before the summer bank holiday.
This event started in 2012 when Caddington, like so many other places across the country, got together to celebrate the Queen's jubilee. The party was such a success that it was repeated (without the royal tie-in) in 2013 and looks set to become an annual event.
The gathering runs between 12 noon and 8PM on Caddington Village Green; bring your own food & drink or purchase from the pubs and stalls, and join in the fun.
Secondly, the Red Lion pub in Studham is hoping to repeat the success of their previous live music mini-festival and raise some funds for charity (CLIC Sargent for children with cancer) at the same time.
The Red Lion sits in the village centre of Studham; if the weather is kind then it is a great base from which to enjoy a walk around Studham Common and, whatever the weather, it's also well worth visiting for a drink and perhaps something to eat.
You could also send the kids off to look for the Little Blue Man.
Finally, this is also that date for the annual public opening of Vauxhall's Heritage Centre just off Park Street in Luton. For anyone who has not been down there before, it is well worth an hour or so of your time; they have a lovingly preserved range of vehicles dating from 1903 up to the present day. More details are contained in this article taken from the Luton On Sunday.