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Lives of Colour

Culture Festival 2023

10th June 2023, Pittville Park

Our vibrant culture festival will return to Pittville Park from 12pm until 8pm.

There are a range of activities at this free event including face painting, traditional dance lessons, and live music throughout the afternoon. There's also authentic global grub to tuck into and cool refreshments on offer from a variety of vendors.

Find out more via SoGlos.

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Lives of Colour

Culture Festival

11th June 2022, Pittville Park

Come and celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee for free from 12pm – 9pm at Pittville Park in Cheltenham. 

There will be a range of entertainment celebrating different cultures from around the world including Angolan kizoma and semba dancing, a Kenyan lingala band and Bollywood dance! 

To register your interest and to hear the latest new sign up to our Facebook event

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Cheltenham Alliance for Race Equity (CARE) Launch

10th March 2022, Online

Join us at the launch of the new Cheltenham Alliance for Race Equity (CARE), at an online conference taking place on Thursday 10th March, from 2pm – 4.30pm on Webex.  

Speakers include  Rupert Walters, chair of the Gloucester City Commission, Guest speakers from GCHQ’s REACH (Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Heritage) programme, and Pittville School students sharing their Change Project. 

To book a place, please register at The programme and link to join the conference will be sent out a week before the event.

Authors of Colour Launch & I-Mmigrate Exhibition (cont.)

15th February 2020, Museum of Gloucester

Lives of Colour will be launching Authors of Colour 

Schools online book club and showcasing our 

 I-MMIGRATE traveling exhibition in Gloucester at Museum of Gloucester from 15th February to

18th April 2020.

We will also be launching Authors of Colour online book club which offers a curation of books and resources on diversity and inclusion for schools. For more information click here

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15th February to 18th of April 2020, Museum of Gloucester

Lives of Colour’s most recent community project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund is an exhibition titled I-Mmigrate, a curation of 20 photographs and oral histories from the Windrush generation and African diaspora living in Gloucestershire which will be at

 Museum of Gloucester.

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