Now is the time to start thinking local, spending local and keeping it local
The Keeping It Local LB campaign is a local initiative designed to encourage those who live in Leighton-Linslade to keep it local first.
Our small businesses whether a restaurant, cafe, book shop or gift shop, are the centre of our local economy. The people who run those businesses are our friends, brothers and sisters, neighbours and more, and their investment in a town centre business is an investment in our town community. Whether it’s a last-minute birthday gift or catching up with friends in the local pub, our town centre is always there for the community as well as visitors.
By using the Keeping It Local message accompanied by this distinctive town centre logo, we aim to keep Leighton Buzzard at the forefront of people’s minds, placing it firmly on the destination map. The instantly recognisable logo shows a pride in our town centre, our history and our businesses that operate within.
Our High Street is not just a series of buildings where people live, or things are bought and sold – it tells a story of investment, interactions and the numerous characters involved.
Join us in celebrating Leighton Buzzard town centre.
You can find out more information about our Town Centre, including Geo-Sense Footfall Counting
If you are not a business yet want to help, consider buying a reusable logo shopping bag, only £2 and all money raised goes to the Mayor’s Charites. You can buy them from Leighton-Linslade Town Council Offices or
- Happydashery, High St.
- Gennaro Organic Hair and Beauty, Bridge St.
- Kings Road Fashions, Peacock Mews.
If you are a business, we welcome the use of the logo in your promotions. You can download it below.
Please tag us in @lltcnews and use the hashtag #KeepingItLocalLB
Small Business Resources
*All logos remain the property of Leighton-Linslade Town Council.
The logo may be used without permission in support of the ‘Keeping it local’ messaging and promotion of the Town Centre. The logo must not be used for political lobbying or campaigning purposes.
Are you a local business? Below is a selection of business campaigns that support independent shops and small businesses, should you wish to take part please look at the information provided on the respective websites.
** Every effort is made to provide accurate information. The Town Council does not accept any liability for error or omission for information on services it is not directly responsible for. The Town Council does not necessarily endorse any business or campaign, etc. that are mentioned in the Mailerlite Town Centre communication, on our website or otherwise. **