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Summary

Many Bantu people from the south of the equator now call Hull their home, having found sanctuary in our city. To celebrate their culture, creativity and food, they will take a roadshow Celebrating the Bantu people around the city.

Breaking down barriers it will give people an opportunity to embrace and appreciate this culture, their foods and creativity.

There will be the opportunity for people to try Bantu crafts, using natural products such wood, stone and clay to create carvings and statues and to sample new flavours and cultures through food, music and dance.

15 April
Edinburgh Street Community Centre, Hull

20 May
St Martins Church hall, North Road, Hull

24 June
Marist Parish Hall, Hull

29 July
Cultural Festival, Hymers College

26 August
Thorpes Resource Centre, Orchard Park

23 Sept
Wawne Village Hall

28 Oct
Priory Baptist Church, Hull

Suitability

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Date Time Price  
Sat 29 Jul 1.00pm Free  
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Sat 26 Aug 1.00pm Free  
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Sat 23 Sep 1.00pm Free  
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Sat 28 Oct 1.00pm Free  
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Venue

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