Watch our video and find out all about the Beech Hill School environment project, that saw them pick up one of our 'Community Champion' awards.
A few weeks ago, before anyone heard of Coronavirus, we were delighted to welcome children from Beech Hill Primary School to our match against Bristol City. The school are recognised as a ‘Green School’, which means they encourage children to take part in some inspiring environmentally friendly work and initiatives. The group have designed some thought-provoking artwork with around 600 straws that we were unable to recycle or use here on a matchday.
As recognition of their on-going work to ‘be green’ and support environmental initiatives, we presented each pupil at the match with one of our new “Luton Town FC Community Champion Award” badges.
We invited the children back to Kenilworth Road to show us their artworks, and tell us more about the project. We hope you enjoy the video - well done once again to all involved.
Nominate your community champions!
The Community Champion award is a brand-new scheme which will see the Club recognising community spirited achievements of Junior Hatters across Luton and Bedfordshire.
If you know a deserving young person or group of young people who are going above and beyond to improve their community, we’d love to hear from you.
Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us all about the young person, explaining why you think they should be acknowledged along with any supporting photos to support your nomination.