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October 9th, 2023

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This weekend - Ubele Community Day

Join us on Sunday 15th October at Wolves Lane Centre for a day of fun-filled community celebration and joy. It's free entry for everyone and refreshments will be available.

You’ll get the chance to explore our new build and experience a range of exciting activities including drumming, face painting, art, mindfulness and green skills workshops from Black Rootz.

Come and help us realise our vision for a thriving hub of community activity at Wolves Lane Centre! Learn more about Ubele’s key projects, including Eat Wood Green and our plans for a new food growing and education space in Haringey.

Register via Eventbrite If you would like more details, or to discuss this further, please do contact the Events Officer at Wolves Lane by email:


Events and Opportunities

⭐️ Watch our series - Children of Windrush

Join us as we celebrate Windrush 75 by telling the stories of some of The Ubele Initiative's Children of Windrush. The video series is here

⭐️ Black History Month Special - Ubele Newsletter

Our monthly Ubele Newsletter went out last week. It includes a special message from Yvonne Field OBE as well as details of some of our latest projects and events planned. Read it now, here

⭐️ Black History Haringey 365 Celebration event

Black History Haringey 365 Celebration event at Bernie Grant Arts Centre on Thursday 12th October from 5.30 to 9pm. Please read below and book a ticket via the BGAC website.

This year, they’re celebrating an exciting year-long programme of activities and events promoting Black history and heritage in Haringey.

Starting in October and continuing throughout the year, Black History Haringey 365 is an annual programme to highlight the fascinating and diverse history of Black communities in Haringey and promote Black history education throughout the borough.

This year’s programme reflects the national theme for Black History Month 2023, ‘Saluting our Sisters’, shining a spotlight on the crucial role that Black women have played in shaping history, inspiring change, and building communities.

Explore the Black History Haringey 365 webpages here:

You can book a ticket via the BGAC website.


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