"I was born and brought up in the west coast of Ireland in a small village which consisted of 15 houses two pubs and four small shops."
Enid Saunders' poem describes how people came from the Caribbean in response to the 'Motherland's call for workers'.
Poonam describes how her parents came from India and worked hard all their lives to establish themselves in England.
"I am a French national who was born in a French little village in 'Basse-Normandie', not far from 'The Mont Saint Michel'...."
"My name is Miriam; I was born in Pakistan. My family lives in Pakistan."
"I was born in village Roli of Azad Jammu of Kashmir on 28th of April..."
An interview with Daisy Noakes
Sample embedded video from Vimeo
A view of a PDF within the page
These saris belonged to Poonam White's mother. Some are saris she used to wear at work; others are dress saris for special occasions.
Veronica Petrie remembers how she travelled from Jamaica and adapted to life in England in the 1960s.
Soon after Iris Lusack's 18th birthday, her family decided that she should leave Sierra Leone for England.
WACA aims to meet the educational, social and cultural needs of the African and Caribbean community of Watford and surrounding areas.
A brief outline of the history of the town.
A Charter Market from the twelfth century.