Black History Month

We are celebrating the positive impact that the African and Caribbean communities have made to our local community.

This year we are focusing on the work that black community leaders and businesses have made to our rich and diverse community.

We are proud to work with these inspirational people. 

Videos

Introducing Black History Month

Pastor Malcolm Cummins of the NTCG Aldershot Community Church introduces Black History Month in Rushmoor, and speaks to Councillor Abul Chowdhury, our Cabinet Champion for Equalities 2021/22.

Norma Atkinson

Pastor Malcolm Cummins from the NTCG Aldershot Community Church, talks to Norma Atkinson, affectionately known as Sister Atkinson, about her many years in Aldershot. 

 

Cecil Campbell

Pastor Malcolm Cummins of the NTCG Aldershot Community Church speaks to Cecil Campbell, affectionately known as Brother Campbell.

 

Clement Bartley

Clement Bartley of Clem's Afro-Caribbean Foods store in Aldershot talks about the month and what it means to be a black businessman in Rushmoor.

 

You can find out more about the enormous contribution that black Britons have made to our diverse and vibrant culture on the Black History Month website.  

 
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