Our Ubele Black History Month event at The Wolves Lane Centre was a resounding success, drawing an impressive and diverse crowd that included esteemed guests such as the Mayor, enthusiastic community members and local families.
The day was filled with an array of activities that engaged and delighted attendees. Guided tours of our new buildings, giving visitors a unique opportunity to experience and engage with sustainable construction practices. Enthusiastic participants had the chance to try their hand at plastering some of the straw bale walls.
A range of activities enhanced the vibrancy of the festivities, face painting, drumming mushroom and Sprouting workshops captured the spirit and unity of creativity, mirroring the essence of Black History Month.
Attendees had the opportunity to learn about the Windrush generation in our screened film 'The children of Windrush'. The achievements of remarkable black women being honoured this year was the focus of a scavenger hunt was organised in the Palm House, this encouraged families to delve deeper into the stories and accomplishments of these inspiring figures. It was heartwarming to see families and people of all ages engage in this educational activity.
The day was a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team, as well as the overwhelming support of the community.
In essence, this event was a beautiful tapestry woven with cultural pride, education, and an exciting glimpse into what lies ahead for the Wolves Lane Centre and Ubele.
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