Many thanks to the generation who came to Britain, the mother country to support communities after the second world war.
Without you we wouldn't be here.
Black and Other UK Home Educators
Girls Talk London is back with our first and only event of the year in partnership with Facebook and LinkedIn
"A Tech Summit for Black Girls in the UK who want to work in Technology!"
There has been a 13% decrease in the number of Black women working in Technology and we want to address this imbalance by giving black female talent in the UK access to opportunities in this incredible sector.
If you are studying a STEM (Science, technology, engineering & math's) subject at sixth form, college, university or have recently graduated and are looking for a way to break into this competitive sector, this is the event for you!
We welcome those who have not studied STEM subjects at any educational stage but have a strong passion and desire to work in Technology.
Join us on Friday 29th November 2019 at the uber-impressive Facebook London HQ for a day packed full of demos, talks, panels and the opportunity for you to meet with Senior Leaders and recruitment teams from Facebook and LinkedIn. Alongside this, you will be able to meet other black women who have a passion for technology soaking up all the buzz and energy from your peers.
After the Summit, you can take an after-hours tour of Facebook London and join us for our after-party networking mixer!
There is a seat at the table for you. Book your ticket now!
Limited spaces available
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Yes you must be aged 16+ due to safeguarding.
Is food provided?
Yes, we will have breakfast, lunch and refreshments served throughout the day.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is no parking on site and the nearest stations are Tottenham Court Road or Oxford Circus.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email email@example.com
Do I have to study a STEM subject or have a STEM degree?
We are focusing on Black women who have a passion and keen interest to work in technology. We welcome those who do not have a STEM degree but have the skills and interest in a exploring a variety of technical and business roles within technology.
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Date and Time
Sat, 7 December 2019
10:00 – 18:00 GMT
Following the success of last year, The Voice Black Business Fair returns this on 7 December 2019 at Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon, CR9 1DG from 10am to 6pm.
The Voice Black Business Fair aims to host a variety of businesses at Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton for people to shop, enjoy and learn about various black-owned brands , just in time for Christmas.
This FREE event, taking place on Saturday December 7th 2019, will include vendors across fashion, food, legal consultants, arts and crafts plus more. This year we will be including a book fair featuring black authors in the UK.
George Ruddock, managing editor, said: “The Voice newspaper is proud to be organising the 2nd annual Black Business Fair in Croydon. The day-long event will offer a great platform for black-owned businesses to exhibit and showcase their products and services to an audience that will be eager to support such enterprises.
"Hot on the heels of our recently published Black Business Guide,the business fair will now present the opportunity to interact directly with some of the businesses featured and the many new enterprises taking part.”
The Black Business Fair and the Black Business Guide forms as a part of the newspaper’s ongoing campaign to support black businesses.
Date: Saturday 7th December 2019
Time: 10am - 6pm
Location: Fairfield Halls, Park Labe, Croydon, CR9 1DG
To book a stall email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information Tel: 07572 442 111 or 0207 510 0353 / 0370
Date and Time
Fri, 15 Nov 2019, 10:00 –
Sun, 17 Nov 2019, 17:00 GMT
Book your tickets here to the Language Show, the exhibition for language learners, language teachers and everyone who loves languages.
Now in its 31st year, Europe’s largest language event returns to Olympia in 2019 and offers outstanding talks, classes and features.
The show offers the latest products and resources, ways to learn and ways to teach as well as fun and entertainment;
Friday, 15th November: 10am - 6pm
Saturday, 16th November: 10am - 6pm
Sunday, 17th November: 10am-5pm.
Children and those 17 years and under are admitted without a ticket and are not required to register.
Black and Other UK Home Educators
Home Education Fair 2019
Home Education - Meet & Chat, plus Tea & Cake!
An informal information-sharing opportunity for new Home Educators - a chance to meet experienced Home Educators
SUNDAY 6th October: Coram's Fields WC1 from 2 - 4pm
This will be an informal gathering for new Home Educators who would like to find out what is happening in London and to meet experienced Home Educators.
Please bring some cake/biscuits/fruit to share.
Coram's Fields is an accessible enclosed seven acre park and playground for all ages up to 16:
sand, water, cafe, football pitch, basketball court, city farm.
No adults admitted without a child.Venue information here:
For more information contact:
Fun, Relaxation and Education in The Beautiful Pembrokeshire hills
28th August- 4th September 2019
Circus Skills, Workshops, Crafts, Kids Theatre, Fire Show, Swing Boats, Trampolines, climbing frames and Silly Games.
Live Music, Jam Sessions,Open Mike and Talent Show.
Yoga, Meditation, Massage & Sacred Healing space.
Campfires, Stories, Bush Craft Skills and Forage Walks.
Vegetarian Cafe Woodfired Pizza Night.
Family Tickets from £150.00 Including Camping. Weekend & Day Tickets, Electric Hook Up and Yurt Hire and B & B Available
Telephone 07885 327382
Portraits by Simon Frederick
29 September 2018 - 27 January 2019
National Portrait Gallery
Room 33, Floor 1
National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London, WC2H 0HE
Telephone: 020 7306 0055
Black is the New Black brings together exceptional figures from the world of politics, business, culture, religion and science to celebrate black British achievement today. Artist and director Simon Frederick photographed sitters ranging from Naomi Campbell, Sir Trevor McDonald and Thandie Newton to musician Jazzie B of Soul II Soul and footballer Les Ferdinand, to recognise the profound impact of black individuals on British culture. The portraits were made as part of Frederick’s acclaimed BBC Two documentary series of 2016 on black culture in modern Britain. This display celebrates their acquisition as the largest group of portraits of Afro-Caribbean sitters into the National Portrait Gallery’s Collection.