|Event||#HealingGrenfell 'Map your migrating histories - Moving identities'|
|Venue||Al Manaar Mosque, Chelsea Youth Centre, St Luke's Church, Golborne Youth Centre, Under the West Way|
|Date||31 July - 1 September 2017|
|Time||Daily 10.00am - 3.30pm+|
The Barakat Trust is offering culturally nuanced Summer camps Grenfell survivors and communities.
This FREE one week Migrating Histories camp will take children out daily to fun interesting and iconic sites and parks in London with workshop co-ordinators.
Interactive mapping on ancestries and history will encourage children from across London and every corner of the world to understand their personal history and story of migration.
Who are we? And where do we come from? And does it even matter?’ These were the questions and conversations whispered throughout the evening as guests became involved in the interactive wall installation, inviting visitors to map their ‘migrating histories’.
Ages: 5 - 8yrs and 9 -12 yrs.
Reminder: Please remember to pack lunch for your children
Venues & Dates: (camp runs Monday - Friday 10am - 3.30pm)
Fri 4 Aug: Pop Up Lounge Under the Westway
7 Aug- 11 Aug: St Luke's Church-Park, Sydney St, Chelsea, London SW3 6NH after lunch walk to Chelsea Youth Centre, Worlds End Estate, Blantyre St, Chelsea, London SW10 0EQ
14 Aug - 18 Aug: Al Manaar Mosque, The Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, 244 Acklham Rd, London W10 5YG
21 Aug - 25 Aug: NYLA, 39 Thurloe St, South Kensington, SW7 2LQ London
Monday - Traditions and Migrations & visit at the British Museum
Tuesday - Family Tree and Migrating histories
Wednesday - Discovery pack & African art at the V&A
Thursday - Discovery pack & Moroccan tiles at Leighton House
Friday - Origin & Identities: Be a journalist for a day
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