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Black History Month | Walking in Their Footsteps

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Black History Month recognises black history and achievements and last year marked 30 years of Black History Month events in the UK.

Join us for a day of reflection and contemplation as we consider the path walked by those who came before; the first black British footballers, the first black British newsreader, the first black British model, the first black British MP, the first black British pilot. The list goes on and on and yet it’s still as important now as it ever was to acknowledge where we are and how far we have come.

Join us for an exploration into the magnificent world of you as a Black Person in the UK today!

Take time out to reflect on why you are where you are

Engage in visioning where you want to be heading.

What to Expect
Walking in their Footsteps workshop is a celebration event that will enable you to consider what you want for yourself on this day of recognition.

You will complete some reflective writing, create a visioning board, and consider your next steps.

You may be coming to the workshop to:

  • give thanks for your strengths and wisdom
  • consider your purposes
  • connect to your heart’s desire
  • envision your dreams
  • design your future

Our hope for you is that you will have a snapshot and a sense of yourself and be able to use these insights to grow.

All materials will be provided and places are limited to 12 people.


Are there minimum age requirements for the workshop?

Yes. Over 18’s only.

 What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the venue?

The Create Place is the arts space of St Margaret’s House and is easily accessible via excellent public transport routes, which service East London. The Create Place is walking distance from Bethnal Green station on the Central Line and served by many bus routes. Use TfL Journey Planner for more details and check for any delays or engineering works before beginning your journey.

Parkign on surrounding roads.  Check parking restrictions carefully.

What can I bring to the workshop?

If you have photos, images, quotes or anything else that you want to included, please feel free to bring them along with you.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please e-mail us at

Do I have to bring my printed ticket?

No. We’re happy to see your ticket on your phone.

Is my ticket transferrable?

No.  We have a waiting list and if you are unable to attend, we would like to offer your place to someone who has already expressed their interest.

Please let us know asap, preferably not less than 24 hours before the start of the workshop.




October 13 2019


Date: 13 October
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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The Create Place

29 Old Ford Road, London, E2 9PJ
London,E2 9PJGB

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