Gospel music among Croydon Black History Month highlights tonight in Thornton Heath
Gospel music, inspirational talks and a walk through the history of Croydon's Afro-Carribean community will form part of celebrations for Black History Month tonight.
PJ's Community Service, a social enterprise which provides care, education and training to vulnerable people, is to mark the month with a fun-filled family event.
Gospel duo Clif & Marie willl provide toe-tapping upbeat songs, while award-winning journalist Dr Christopher Johnson will talk about the history of enterprise among the Black Carribean community.
Patrick Reid, founder of PJ's, will speak about the organisation's 21-year history and impact.
The event will take place tonight (Tuesday, October 15), at 7-9pm at PJ's headquarters in Parchmore Place, The Mews, 92a Parchmore Road, Thornton Heath.
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