Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey
Commonwealth Day 2023 marks the tenth anniversary of the Commonwealth Charter, which was signed by Queen Elizabeth II on 11th March 2013. It is a well-established holiday celebrated by an estimated 2 billion people worldwide. It was originally known as ‘Empire Day,’ established in 1902 to honour Queen Victoria and later addressed reform in 1958 to become Commonwealth Day; observing the unity of nations and its ideals on being ‘free and equal’.
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2023 Dates to Celebrate Our Culture

There are so many days in the year to celebrate your culture. From independence days, carnivals and other international days, there are multiple opportunities to show off your flag with pride! So, here is a little reminder of some of the key dates in 2023 to put in your calendar for you to let your flag fly.

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Madras: A Quick History of Creole Fashion
Picture credit: Saint Lucia Tourism Authority As it is Creole Heritage Month and Jounen Kwéyòl (Creole Day) is fast approaching we thought it would only be appropriate for us to tell you a little bit more about the traditional Creole...
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