(Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers) has provided a safe space and support for refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants for over 20 years.
WIDDEN PRIMARY SCHOOL
This is a very special school that opens its doors to children from many different homes, families and cultural backgrounds and treats them all with equal respect and value.
THE ALL NATIONS CLUB
This deceptively ordinary-looking building was established and paid for by newly-arrived Jamaican people from the Windrush generation to provide a much-needed place for them to come together as a community.
MOTALA AND SONS
Tucked away off Barton Street is a bustling shop which has been serving the best Indian food to the people of Gloucester for more than 50 years.
This is the first ever purpose-built Masjid (Mosque) in the South West of England and Wales.
FRIENDSHIP CAFÉ @CHEQUERS
All are welcome at the Friendship Café. It provides youth & community-based activities, focusing mainly (but not exclusively) on young people, children and families in the inner-city & surrounding areas of Gloucester.
BAKERS QUAY – GLOUCESTER DOCKS
Samuel Baker and Thomas Phillpotts were property owners in Jamaica who became rich through importing sugar and other goods into Gloucester Docks.
7 VAUXHALL ROAD
The first business in Gloucester established and owned by a black person is probably the grocery shop which was at 7 Vauxhall Road.