A police force criticised for decorating a patrol car in rainbow colours for a Pride event has gone one step further this year and emblazoned a van.
Sussex Police splashed some colour on a car in a show of support
The funeral of a Jamaican “pioneer” who co-founded what later became the Notting Hill Carnival has been held at Southwark Cathedral.
War veteran Sam King MBE settled in south London having arrived on the Empire Windrush in 1948 and became
Andrew Rees has become the first deaf man to swim the English Channel solo.
The Welshman, 48, who represented Great Britain’s deaf swimming team in the 1990s, completed the crossing shortly before midnight on Sunday.
He was supported by his
Our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month in July 2014, Laura Mothersole, took part in the Pride march in London with Girl Guiding. All those who took part had an amazing day and really enjoyed themselves.
Disability Awareness Day is on 10 July and with this in mind we have chosen Blaine Harrison as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month. Blaine is a musician and songwriter who is best known as the lead vocalist of
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