Posted on: 24th March, 2016 in Friends of the Tate Library, News

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Windrush Square Community Day

Saturday 2 April 2016

11 – 16:00

Windrush Square Community Day is purposefully a low-key event, meant for local residents of the Brixton area and presented by community groups of the Brixton area.  These community groups will be there because they followed up with FoWS after the Press articles, or came recommended to us by local residents.

Participating groups will present their performances and displays to us all and visitors will try their hand at various workshops, before feeling spirited far away from Windrush Square through the prose of Ravinder Randhawa, a local author. The Police will be there too for another visible presence in the centre of Brixton in support of the community.

Finally, visitors will have a chance to air their views about potential local projects. FoWS has arranged for a consultation stall on the day, for the relevant organisations to present their project and answer questions as best possible…  Of course we can’t cover all issues, nor do we pretend to, but it’s a start to address community themes in the centre of Brixton.

See you there!