Cheltenham — Lives of Colour will present Culture Fest: Queen's Platinum Jubilee at Pittville Park on Saturday 11 June 2022 at 12pm to 9pm.
To celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Lives of Colour proudly presents Loc Culture Fest. The first festival run by the organisation, the festival will feature a range of entertainment celebrating different cultures from around the world including Angolan kizoma and semba dancing, a Kenyan lingala band and Bollywood dance!
This event has been made possible thanks to funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, Arts Council Let’s Create Jubilee Fund, and generous sponsorship and support from Spirax Sarco and Cheltenham Borough Council.
The event is free at attend and will take place In Pittville Park in Cheltenham. There will also be food and drink available to purchase from a range of different vendors. All are welcome!
Lives of Colour is an organisation based in Cheltenham whose purpose is to elevate the voices of marginalized communities fostering equity, equality, and inclusion by providing strategic solutions for communities, organizations and statutory agencies through education, events, and training.
Founder of Lives of Colour Florence Nyasamo-Thomas said: “To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee through the Commonwealth theme means that ethnically and culturally diverse communities can be represented and brings everyone together to celebrate culture. To see this come together is wonderful and to have the support of local organisations and business such as Cheltenham Borough Council and Spirax Sarco has been very encouraging and uplifting for our communities.”
Stuart Jessop, Regional Manager at Spirax Sarco commented: "We are really looking forward to engaging with Lives of Colour to make this a real success for those in the town who don't feel they have enough of a voice"
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