2022 Starts Here!

Check out our Calendar - we have some fab and interesting events for 2022. Lots to get involved in! If you have events to share please email our Chair Clinton Smith clinton@prestonblackhistorygroup.org.uk and we'll get details uploaded as soon as we can.

We have restarted our regular monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Rose St, Preston. Come along and join the dedicated PBHG team working towards our aims for 2022. Dates are in the calendar.

PBHG new education program for 2022

On the last Sunday of each month throughout 2022 we will be presenting an education program hosted at Jalgos. Details will be shared here to keep you posted.

Sunday 27th Feb - Akwantu: The Journey - film showing and Q&A

4pm - 6pm at Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Rose St, Preston.

A film by Roy T Anderson, Akwantu: the Journey is a ground-breaking documentary film that tells the story of the legendary Maroons of Jamaica and their gallant fight for freedom.

The event will include a Q&A and discussion after trhe film.

More details of the March education event will be posted soon.


Tuesday Mar 29th, 6:30pm, Jalgos Sports and Social Club

We'll be presenting a review of 2020 and 2021 and plans for 2022.

We'll be adding more events through-out the year on our NEWS and Calendar pages.

What's Happening

Regular meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month at 6.30pm,  Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Rose St, Preston. The dates are on our calendar and Facebook page. Here’s to a safe and healthy 2022

We are updating our membership after all the ups and downs of the pandemic - contact our secretary, Christina, for a new membership form.

We are hoping to resart our trips, social, and educational visits in the near future. Details will be posted here and on our FB page. Please contact PBHG chair Clinton Smith for info:

PBHG are again working on an interesting programme of events throughout the year - watch this space.

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
  • Share our histories with the wider community.
  • Motivate community and social development
  • Promote confidence in social enterprise