Black History Month in #Croydon ‘Our Young Achievers’ Do you have an event to contribute?

Croydon celebrates Black history month again this October.

Submissions are now being sought for the programme of events.

Black History Month is fast approaching and if you would like your event/s to be promoted by Croyn Council  through the council’s website (which will go live nearer the time) and in  literature, you need to email the details by Friday 19th August to:

Please complete the following template with the details of your event:

Description of activity Date Location Time Audience Entry/ticketing Cost
Please describe your event briefly- i.e. a very short paragraph or a few sentences with the key details What date in October or early November will your event be taking place? Where in Croydon will your event be taking place? What time will your event be taking place? Who is the desired audience, e.g. is it for children, families or over 60s Can people turn up on the day or do they need to pre-book? If pre-booking is needed how can this be done? Is there a cost or will the event be free?


If you have any photographs from previous events or that are associated with your event that you have permission to share please send them over as the council may be able to feature some in the programme.


The 2016 theme is Croydon Celebrates Black History Month ‘Our Young Achievers’.

For a flavour of some of the events that took place last year, please find the 2015 programme here:

If you have any queries, please email:

Council funding opportunities can be found here:  Croydon Community Grants

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