Caribbean Diaspora events - UK

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Events with a Caribbean flavour in the UK

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Union Jack The FIRST EVER Memorial in the UK & Europe to African & Caribbean Military Forces

Honouring Personnel of WW1 & WW2.

22 June: Being permanently installed on Windrush Square, Brixton. 

Tickets: Free. Register Here

cricket ball Guyana Speaks! Guyanese cricket legends

25 June: Regular Caribbean Intelligence contributor Colin Babb presents a focus on cricket in the start of a series on Guyana.

London event - check out availability.


dining table Annual Caribbean Black Tie Ball

15 July: Organised by Friends of the Caribbean.

Jamaican flag Rejuvenate Jamaica's hospitals

22 July: Charity event in London. 

Jamaica flag  Athletics meets science

29 July: Two-day event looking at the diets and psychology behind Jamaica's athletic prowess.
Bolt to the website to get your tickets

food Caribbean Food and Drink Conference

18 August: Aimed at helping Caribbean businesses trade with the UK and the world.

Food logo Caribbean Food Week

21-28 August: The second annual celebration of Caribbean food, fashion and music - Windrush Square, Brixton.

Grenada Heritage Day logo Grenada Heritage Day

19 August: Check for details.

music Jus' Caribbean Summer Festival

20 August: Music, competition and food. Supported by Help for Heroes.

Caribbean flags montage  Wilberforce or Will-By-Force?

18 October: Ancestry Talks discusses the slaves who abolished slavery. 
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