Slough Black History

Celebrating Black History Month

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We are a consortium of arts and community organisations working to increase exciting opportunities for arts and culture in our town.

Our mission is to increase opportunities and awareness of all the arts in Slough, offering ways for everyone to fulfil their artistic potential. The aim is to increase the number of people participating in arts and culture, building the foundations for Slough’s creative future.

We are supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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Slough to receive £750,000 to help put creativity at the heart of local communities

Arts Council England has announced that HOME Slough will receive £750,000 as part of further investment in Creative People and Places.

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Read about our Sheroes

The Sheroes Murals highlight the historic contributions Black women have made to Slough’s History. Read the accompanying stories of each Shero – Lydia Simmons (the UK’s first black woman Mayor), Christina Brooks-Abraham (inspirational local community leader), Marcia Richardson and Lesley Owusu (Olympians) and the Unknown Black Woman of Faith.

If you want to see the Sheroes Murals, they are hosted in the Queensmere Shopping Centre and the Centre on the Farnham Road.

A little bit about HOME

HOME Slough is for anyone who would like to try something new and creative.

There are a host of events happening right here in Slough, in places you might not expect – past events have taken place in the Salt Hill Skate parks, the Queensmere Shopping Centre and along the High Street, and at the Trading Estate.

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