Walk and Talk with Mr Kwei
Research from Impact on Urban Health shows that Black communities in the borough are 25% more likely to live with multiple long-term conditions (like high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis).
We can help to disrupt this narrative by getting moving! Meet us and Mr Kwei at Brockwell Park, where you can learn about our Black Lambeth history and get your steps in at the same time.
Join us in Brockwell Park at 9:30am on 29th April Herne Hill Gate entrance.
*Please wear loose fitting clothes and comfortable footwear. This walk is suitable for any fitness level*
About Mr Kwei
Mr Kwei has lived in Brixton for 50 years and is currently the chair of Governors of Afruika Bantu Saturday School (ABSS). He has also led the Black Parents’ Forum for over 20 years. A former Masters Athlete and the Sports Programme Director of the Annual Pan African Sports and Culture Day.
PASCD aims to bring an often-divided Black community together around a family fun sports and culture day programme; promoting physical health for all ages and showcasing/signposting Black led alternative support provisions for those working with mainly disenfranchise Black young people.
Saturday 29th April 2023
9:30am – 12pm
Brockwell Park, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PA
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