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Celebrating Windrush Day

My dad travelled from Jamaica to England in 1960. He came equipped with some skills in carpentry and gardening.

He worked in low skilled jobs factory work, salt mine, pottery and tyres. He found God early in his journey and started a church in Wellington. He taught, evangelised and preached.

He planned to stay 5 years and then return to the island but in the 4th year he met and married my mum.

The children came fast and furious 4 children in 5 years. 6 children, 12 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren later. Together they built a beautiful family and community.

They sacrificed their dual nationality in the 80s to become British citizens in fear of the carnage that has been revealed from the ‘hostile environment’.

Solidarity to those who have suffered and hope that they will be properly compensated for the brutal, callous, ruthless treatment from the home office.

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