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Windrush 70 Stamps

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01 Tue May, 2018

The stamps were commissioned and designed by Kingsway Project, then approved and produced by Royal Mail as part of our Windrush 70 Celebration in 2018.

The official launch of the Windrush Stamps 70 and our Activity Book was held on Friday 11 May 2018 in the Chamberlain Room at  The Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham at 1.30pm – 3.30pm

In attendance we had a local Councillor, members of the community, BBC Midlands Today and the Phoenix Newspaper.  We also had pupils from  some of the local schools who were participating in our ‘Design A Mug Competition’ for school pupils, to commemorate Windrush 70.  The winner was announced at the launch and their designs were displayed at a local library. The winning artwork was also one of the designs for our Windrush 70 commemorative mug collection. 

The Windrush 70 Project also included producing:

A Windrush Activity Book

Large and small Windrush exhibitions across the UK in museums, community spaces, shopping centres, schools, churches and libraries.

Being a part of the committee organising the Windrush service at Westminster Abbey

Producing a Windrush short video to inform people of Windrush and for community engagement sessions held across the UK

Producing a book with the story of seniors who came to the UK from 1948 with reflections from the first to fourth generation

Visiting and working with Tilbury Docks

Producing, tea towels, jigsaw puzzles, postcards, fridge magnets and mugs as commemorative pieces


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Kingsway Project

    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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