Arrivals: Celebrating Migration to Suffolk

Arrivals: Celebrating Migration to Suffolk

Suffolk Archives, Ipswich

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Friday 05 Jan 2024 - Sunday 14 Apr 2024

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Suffolk has a rich history of welcoming people from all over the world, which continues to shape the culture of the county today. This exhibition explores historical and contemporary experiences of migration to Suffolk since the end of World War II.­­­­

‘Arrivals: Celebrating Migration to Suffolk’ has been co-curated by Suffolk Archives, a Suffolk County Council service, with local community groups. Made possible by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the free exhibition includes items from Suffolk’s archive collections, as well as items on loan from communities across the county that celebrate different foods, clothing, traditions, and culture.

Come along to learn more about the often-untold stories of generations of migrants who have made their home in Suffolk.

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