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Windrush 70 Activity books

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Activity Books have all been distributed; they are no longer available at the venues below.

THE  WINDRUSH 70 ACTIVITY BOOKLET PROVIDED A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO
MIGRATION AND WINDRUSH WITH QUIZZES AND BRAIN TEASERS.

 

Windrush 70 booklets were at a number of venues including :

St Martin Church, Bullring, Edgbaston St, Birmingham, B5 5BB.  Windrush 70 and Beyond (Exhibition)

Wednesbury Arts Centre, Holyhead Rd, Wednesbury WS10 7DF  Windrush 70 and Beyond (Exhibition)

Wolverhampton Archives, Molineux Hotel Bldg, Whitmore Hill, Wolverhampton WV1 1SF Windrush 70 and Beyond (Exhibition)

Lichfield Cathedral, 19A The Close, Lichfield WS13 7LD Windrush 70 and Beyond (Exhibition)

Oldbury Library,  10 Halesowen St, Oldbury, B69 2AJ. Windrush 70 and Beyond, Windrush Women and Children (view items from the past and access Windrush products such as the Windrush 70 Stamp)

Handsworth Library, Soho Rd, Birmingham, B21 9DP.  (An introduction to Windrush 70 and Beyond and Windrush summaries in 8 different languages including Braille)

Erdington Library, Orphanage Rd, Birmingham, B24 9HP. Windrush 70 and Beyond : A Trip Down Memory Lane (Display)

Abberley Day Centre, Abberley Street, Dudley, DY2 8QY.   Windrush 70 and Beyond: Reflections from the Dudley Seniors (Display)

Bloxwich Library, Elmore Row, Walsall, WS3  2HR. Windrush 70 and Beyond: A Trip Down Memory Lane (Display)

The Crossing at St Pauls Church, Darwall St, Walsall WS1 1DA  Windrush 70 and Beyond and Dementia 2018: A Trip Down Memory Lane (Display)

Chelmsley Wood Library, 10, West Mall, Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre, Solihull, B37 5TN.  Windrush 70 and Beyond and Dementia 2018: A Trip Down Memory Lane (Display)

Birchfield Library, 3 Trinity Rd, Birmingham B6 6AH  (Display)

South Yardley Library, Yardley Rd, Yardley, Birmingham B25 8LT(Display)

West Bromwich Central Library,316 High St, West Bromwich B70 8DZ  (Display)

Kings Norton Library, 288 Pershore Rd S, Birmingham B30 3EU  (Display)

Wolverhampton Library, Snow Hill, Wolverhampton WV1 3AX (Display)



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    Kingsway Project is a voluntary organisation, with strong evidence of effectively working with Youths, Women’s groups and Seniors successfully by conducting community events, training and consultations. The Project also has a facilitating role, liaising, co-ordinating, and promoting shared activities to ensure that local people have a say in heritage, housing, community safety, leisure, play services, social care and health provision. Our aim is to enhance cohesion, and empower the community to be active citizens through community events, education and training.

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