£1.50 per child
Suitable for ages 8-12
A South Tyneside Libraries event delivered as part of their week of Empathy Day celebrations.
Learn about Clinton as he waves goodbye to his homeland and prepares for a new life in post-war Britain.
What will he miss? Why is his family starting a new life in the Motherland? What was life like on board the Empire Windrush in 1948?
Celebrating over 65 years since the ship first docked at Tilbury, the story of the Empire Windrush marks the foundations of multi-cultural Britain. Exploring how we treat others who are different, making people welcome and new beginnings, this interactive film making day is the perfect opportunity for children to think about people from other cultures and create something the children/library can watch back and celebrate.
WRITE Festival 2020
This event is part of The Word’s WRITE Festival which is being held between 23 May – 12 June 2020.
The Festival is jam-packed with events and workshops for people of all ages to enjoy. Find out more by viewing our full WRITE Festival programme at www.theworduk.org/write.
If you have a disability of any kind or you require special assistance, please contact us on 0191 427 1818.