What a weekend it was! The Black History Month Pop-Up Market brought together a vibrant celebration of culture, community, and unity. The dedication and hard work of our volunteers and staff in the lead-up to the event and throughout the weekend truly made it a remarkable occasion.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who made this event a resounding success:
- The Galleria: A massive thank you for your partnership, which made this event possible. Your dedicated team shares our commitment to community and visitor satisfaction. We are delighted to have collaborated with you.
- Cllr Peter Hebden, Hatfield East Division at Hertfordshire County Council: Thank you for sponsoring our volunteers’ lunches and expenses. Your support means the world to us.
- Communities 1st: Your assistance with logistics was invaluable. Our partnership continues to strengthen, and we deeply appreciate your support.
- Lowewood Museum, Ruth Collins, and Patsi Spears: The exhibition “Journey Through Life” was a moving tribute to the Windrush generation. Their personal stories resonated deeply with our visitors.
- Debbie Gibbs and Ruth Collins: Your beautifully decorated carnival costumes were a stunning addition to the event, lots of visitors stopped by to admire the craftsmanship and read about their history.
- The Exhibitors: Your presence enriched the market, introducing visitors to a diverse array of products and services.
To all who attended, thank you for joining us and sharing your weekend. We appreciate your support, and we hope you had a fantastic time.
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*** The project “Hatfield Cultural Connection” is creating a platform for small businesses from different cultures to sell their creativity, talent and resources to a captive audience. Get in touch to participate in future events E: firstname.lastname@example.org ***