Thirteenth Young Black Achievers Windrush Awards & Dinner
13 years and going strong ! This year we celebrate and recognise pioneers of the Windrush era as well as our young Black achievers. The event will include a dinner and dance to celebrate 70 years of Windrush. Tickets will be sold for the awards and dance only, instead of dinner dance tickets. Food will be on sale at the awards.
Please check information on the flyer, as dinner starts at 6.00.p.m Door open for dinner at: 5.30.p.m.
The show will start at 7.30 p.m, Doors Open @ 7.00.p.m.
Special guest PA this year is Paulette Tajah one of the queens of lovers rock
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About the Organisers: Medway African Caribbean Association
Medway African Caribbean Association was started back in 1984. Mr Joe Cole had the idea along with John Okomah and some others, to meet with the idea of forming an association as a means of getting to know each other. People from a wide range of cultural backgrounds attended a meeting, which saw the birth of “ Medway Multicultural association. Mr Cole was the Chairperson and John Okomah the vice chairperson, also on the committee were Mrs Cole and Ron Hill. Some of the other cultural groups left to form their own group, but the group continued and renamed itself: Medway African Caribbean Association.
MACA is now a registered charity and has gone from strength to strength. We have a weekly drop in every Tuesday at the Sunlight Centre, as well as annual Black History Month events, campaigning work, young people’s groups throughout the year.
Our registered charity number is 1179545
Visit our webbiste macacharity.org.uk to keep up to date. Email firstname.lastname@example.org