Caribbean Diaspora events - UK

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Events with a Caribbean flavour in the UK


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Caribbean Climate Change Event


food Caribbean Christmas Hamper

19 November: Preparing all you need for the Caribbean Christmas table. Tickets are available.

Tyneside and Caribbean Links

9-25 November ‘Paths Across Waters: lost stories of Tyneside and the Caribbean’.

An interactive exhibition that charts the lost connections between Tyneside and the Caribbean through artworks, images, sounds and events.

The Old Low Light Heritage Centre, the Fish Quay, North Shields.

Tracing Your Caribbean Roots

25 November: Workshop at London's Black Cultural Archives. Book your tickets.

Grenada Christmas Festive Fair

3 December: Enjoy a Grenadian Christmas in London. Organised by the Grenada Volunteer Hospital Committee.

ACP logo Brexit: Avoiding a Caribbean hangover

6 December: UCL Institute of the Americas, London. Registration is open.

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