What's On

Great events planned for 2017

Sunday 24 September 2017 - Preston Pulse Community Celebration day

Flag Market, Preston. Bringing local communities, together, for a day of fun, food and performances. This is a great opportunity to show off all our wonderfull community work throughout the year - let's make a big splash and tell Preston what the African Caribbean Community has been up to! The format of the day is yet to be finalised, however if you wish to take part more info here Closing date for stalls is 10th August

Wed 4th October 2017 - Black to the Future 2017

Preston Black History Group invites you to join them at Fulwood Methodist Church, Watling Street Road, Fulwood, Preston, PR2 8EA at 6.15pm for Light refreshments - programme starts at 7pm. Come along and help us celebrate Black Achievers and Achievements. Always a moving and uplifting experience for all. Free event - all welcome!

13-15 October 2017 - Exciting Conference on Russian Revolution and the Black Atlantic to be held at IBAR

The conference The Red and the Black – The Russian Revolution and the Black Atlantic will be held at the Institute for Black Atlantic Research (IBAR), University of Central Lancashire, Preston to mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution.

What's Happening

PBHG  Next regular monthly meeting is  on Tuesday 12th September at 6.15pm,  Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Rose St, Preston. All welcome to plan events for 2017. Meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month. Check out our news about Prof Lubaina Himid's Turner Prize nomination and PBHG member Philip Duncan and his Spectrum Carnival Troupe
In 1924 Carter G. Woodson founded what would become African (Black) History Month to educate the world about Africa and its contributions to human history. The Preston Black History Group was set up in 2002 (and incorporated in 2011) to research, celebrate and find ways to collect local and regional black history. We produce a range of activities for Black History Month and throughout the year. We develop ideas with groups and organisations to share our history and culture. We want to find out more so we can work to educate and inspire our families, community, future generations and ourselves. Preston Black History Group works to:
  • Highlight the achievements of people of African descent
  • Motivate community and social development
  • Promote confidence in social enterprise
  • Share our histories with the wider community.