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Join Local Historian, Brian Webb, to explore the rich history of Luton Town Football Club on a walk that takes in the locations that trace the path of the formation of the club.

Pound the pavements of Luton to find how LTFC was formed and other football history sprinkled with some info on the Hat Industry – plus, you will get to see some of the towns often overlooked. Brian will also reveal the location of the pitches, grandstand and pavilion of the former Dallow Lane ground.

Brian Webb is the founder of The Straw Plaiters, a website devoted to Luton Town Football Club in the Victorian era. He also sits on the committee of Hatters Heritage, which encourages the preservation and appreciation of the heritage and history of Luton Town Football Club.

This event has been made possible thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Event Times

Sunday 17 September: 1000-1130

Booking Details

No booking required

Additional Information

Max 15 people per tour/session. Tour lasts for approximately 90 minutes Route is about a mile with some steps and ramps. Finishes at Dallow Road/Dunstable Road junction. What do I need to bring? – look at the weather forecast and come suitably prepared Contact for the day: Carly Smith 07951 634 792


Tour meets at the bike racks outside Luton Railway Station in Station Road opposite Starbucks


17th September, 2023
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Starbucks Coffee
Station Road
Luton, LU1 2LT
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