The Inspire Eid festival returns to Lewsey Park to ensure every child smiles this Eid.

The bi-annual community festival, organised by Inspire FM, will take place on 2 and 3 May between 12pm and 8pm.

The Every Child Smiles campaign, in partnership with Luton Foodbank, aims to ensure all children can enjoy the festival without having to worry about the cost of having fun.

The campaign has been an integral part of the festival since its inception.

“The Inspire Eid festival is a community-led event that brings together families and friends to celebrate Eid affordably,” said Festival Manager Mohammed Tariq.

Tariq added, “Once again it is great to see generous-hearted listeners of Inspire FM support the campaign to provide free ride tokens to families in Luton who need a little bit of support.”

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Attendees can expect £1 and £2 funfair rides, free family fun, stage performances, a bazaar and international food.

Inspire FM is pleased to have Luton Sixth Form College and Barnfield College as the Chief Event Partners for this festival.

Altaf Hussain, CEO and Principal of Luton Sixth Form College, said: “Luton Sixth Form College is a strong advocate for greater community cohesion and the Inspire Eid festival does a fantastic job at bringing communities together in a family-friendly, affordable environment.”

The festival will have a wide range of activities such as archery, crazy golf, zorbing, face painting and cricket.

There will be plenty to get involved in and enjoy.

Inspire FM would like to thank its sponsors for the Inspire Eid festival AA Carpets and Furniture, Liberty Law Solicitors, Bath and Tile Superstore, Tops Pizza, Chiltern Learning Trust, M&K Solicitors and Murganos Grill.

The radio station would also like to thank The Mall Luton, MB Solicitors, Venue Central and Luton Council.

To find out more about the festival visit inspirefm.org/eid.

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