Written by on August 21, 2019

St. George’s Square will be the only place to be this Bank Holiday Monday as the highly-anticipated Luton’s Most Strongest returns.

The annual charity Strongman and Strongwoman competition features 20 participants, all battling for supremacy, as they undertake a series of tasks of strength and endurance.

It is all for a good cause as the organising team have selected Luton Foodbank as their nominated cause.

“Team LMS decided to host the charity competition in support of the Luton Foodbank, a local charity that does so much good work to help people in our town,” said Mabz Baig, one of the organisers.

“It promises to be a great event and everyone is welcome to join us as top-quality athletes compete against one another.”

Luton Foodbank exists to help families and individuals struggling in our town.

Those attending will also have an opportunity to donate non-perishable food items and learn more about the charity on the day.

Salma Khan, Project Manager of the Luton Foodbank, added: “We would encourage as many people to come down to support Luton’s Most Strongest, as well as make a donation to help the work of the charity.”

You can make a donation to the Foodbank through

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