Windrush and the roots of immigration

I can’t find out  how many trips it made to the West Indies.  Probably not more than four as the last mention  of this ship was when it caught fire and sunk in the Mediterranean in March 1954.
In 1948 the key to non-British immigration was provided by the British Nationality Act. This made provision for British nationality and for citizenship of the UK and its Colonies Read Story

Easter Greetings to All Our Members and Supporters

We note that ‘EASTER’ has been erased from the description of many of the festive goods that are traditionally available at this time of year.  We found it virtually impossible to buy an ‘Easter Egg’ for our children/grandchildren this year .  There were many ‘look likes’ in the shops but sadly the ‘Real McCoy’  was not to be seen anywhere. Read Story