Preston Black History Group has many individual members from the African and Caribbean communities in Preston and the North West as well as many partners with interests in Black History. Visit our Gallery page to find pictures from some of our events

Here are details and links to some of our members and partners:

Preston Caribbean Carnival, the largest annual event in the City.  Get involved to keep this cultural event as part of Preston’s annual calendar.   The Carnival takes place in May

Our partners in academia: Institute for Black Atlantic Research (IBAR) at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX)

Our partners in the community and host for many of our events: Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Preston

Our partners on the air waves: Radio Lancashire

Our partners in the Police Service: Preston Police Diversity Unit,

Preston –

Chorley/South Ribble –

West Lancs –

Our supporters in the Union Movement: Unite (The Union) N/W 0056  Bamber Bridge and Leyland branch

Our partners in Preston’s artistic and cultural life: Harris Museum & Art Gallery,

Lancashire Archives,

Lancashire Library Service,

This project has been part funded by the following: Help Direct BAME Promotional Funding, Acorn Grants, Big Lottery Awards for All and Preston City Council