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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Our Trini Abroad leaves Egypt for a break in Manila and it's all about the food and comparisons with Trinidad.
Hannah Beharry
Former UK boxing champion Hannah Beharry talks about life inside and outside the ring, mentoring and relocating to the Caribbean.
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Former Windies captain, Jimmy Adams reflects on his career, coaching in England and enjoying life as a West Indian in Kent.
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Caribbean Intelligences Trini in Egypt writer Natalie Williams leaves Cairo to catch up with a Trini lime and a wedding in England.
Paulette Simpson, Jamaica National UK
British and US politicians as well as governments back home are increasingly engaging with Caribbean people living abroad.
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From 20 May: As Egypt prepared for elections, our Trini in Egypt blogger contemplated future hopes and present problems.
As the political scene makes headline news abroad, people living in Egypt cope with day-to-day life. Natalie Williams is our Trini in Egypt.
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After a long-running campaign by the Caribbean and the UK, the British government changes its controversial Air Passenger Duty.
Caribbean Question Time
British politicians and Caribbean lobby groups issue a challenge to the Caribbean Diaspora to get more involved in British politics.
Trinidadian Natalie Williams looks at the impact of Cairo's continuing curfew on tourism and life in the Egyptian capital.
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