Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees. It was founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June.
Refugee Week brings about positive encounters between communities, helping them to connect and learn from each other, and promoting a culture of welcome.
Croydon Refugee Week is being led by the Croydon Refugee and New Communities Forum, an independent, local and collaborative initiative formed in 2019 aimed at promoting migrant justice, voices and integration in Croydon.
Save the date for #SNCFest 2020!
5 July 2020
With a secret headliner to be announced and an already strong line up of live entertainers, SNCFest’s Christian Hayes and Tracey Rashid compere a united mix of ska, alternative pop, reggae, rock, jazz – plus more musical sounds and visions – on the main stage.
There’s something for everyone!
Help with the South Norwood Community Festival by volunteering!
Please complete the online form here. Alternatively, you can phone 020 8654 3219 (10am to 6pm) or email email@example.com
Follow on Twitter at @SNCFest
on Facebook: @SNCfest
And see the website for full details: www.sncfest.org
Supported by Croydon BME Forum
Register on Eventbrite.
St Mildred’s Church
30 Bingham Road
To be held in Braithwaite Hall.
Free to browse
Complimentary goody bag for first 200 visitors
Donation to the Mayor’s charities to have a stall at the event.
Looking to pick up a bargain?
Having a clear out?
Then these weekly boot fairs may be of interest to YOU!
And there is a discount if you bring along a flyer, downloadable on the website www.croydonevents.co.uk
Check out the range of events on offer for Black History Month 2019 in Croydon.
This year, the theme is R.I.D. the Stigma ( Representation, Identity, Diversity)
See listings on Now Croydon here
Some of the events are bookable via Croydon BME Forum’s Eventbrite here
St George’s in Shirley is putting on their first Black History Month Concert Evening. Details here
Croydon BME Forum
T: 020 8684 3719
Keep up to date by following Croydon BME Forum on Twitter @CroydonBMEForum, and Croydon BME forum on Facebook.