Community - Other

Name:
Coafrwo

Where:
London

When:
Every day of our lives

Telephone:
07904713946

Info:
We at COAFRWO would like to introduce you to a new way forward for African Descendents in the 21st Century and beyond. We believe that we should be working today to continue the work done by our ancestors to give us the pride we have in ourselves today by regenerating our community. Coafrwology is the study of the Contemporary African World and essentially is a concept which acknowledges the shared history of African Descendents, identifies the connection between descendents whereever we may be around the world and establishes a way of living which develops our community once again and allows us to generate trust and pride amongst our people and to the outside world. Join us at COAFRWO and take part in the redevelopment of a strong and proud people. Roz Coafrwology Movement Working for African Descendents in the 21st Century myspace coafrwo

Name:
Direct Image Barbers

Where:
West Croydon

When:
Mon - Sat 9am - 7pm

Telephone:
020 8680 4901

Info:
Afro and European barbers. Specialising in male grooming - providing quality styling.

Name:
Flow Fashion

Where:
London

When:
n/a

Telephone:
n/a

Info:

We sell a variety of handbags, bags and luggage. www.flowfashion.biz


Name:
Get On The Bus!

Where:
Multiple Locations in South London

When:
Various Dates and Times

Telephone:
0208 682 5977

Info:
Inspired by Rosa Parks and the African-American civil rights movement, Happy Soul in collaboration with Regenerate UK is bussing a mobile cinema around town. The specially adapted double-decker will visit various destinations in Wandsworth and Richmond during the festival. Get on board to see a packed programme of award-winning short films on Black and Asian youth experience and for lots of free goodies. For updated information on the bus and its tour check out the Happy Soul website The Happy Soul festival which runs from 26th March-8th April, is London’s premier celebration of film, arts and music, dedicated to creating awareness of well-being and mental health in Black and minority ethnic (BME) groups. The two-week festival will comprise of over 20 film screenings and events taking place in Wandsworth, Merton, Sutton, Kingston, Richmond and Bethnal Green. The Happy Soul Festival is organised by The South West London & St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, and supported by Film London and the Arts Council of England. All screenings and events are FREE but advanced booking is strongly recommended. For further information regarding venues, show times and bookings please call: 020 8682 5977 or visit www.happysoulfestival.co.uk

Name:
Maxine Smalling ( Public Relations Officer )

Where:
Coventry West Indian Centre

When:
25 June 2008 - 9th August 2008

Telephone:
07968864923

Info:

Coventry West Indian Centre is celebrating it's silver anniversary.

Events throughout the year including  Mackabee and Coventry's DJ Mikey D. £8.00 before 11pm 9th August - Gala Fundraising Dinner, with the Lord Mayor of Coventry and representatives from various Caribbean High Commissions. Entertainment: Jay ( Barry White tribute artist ) DJ Mikey D & Black Magic Family - More details to follow. If you have any memories of the centre that you would like to share, there will be an anniversary booklet produced to commemorate the last 25 years of the Coventry West Indian Centre. Contact Maxine ( Public Relation Officer ) 07968864923 or email Coventry@WestIndian.fsnet.co.uk