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OVER 2,000 people descended upon the steps of Westminster Abbey to mark a special service celebrating 70 years since the arrival of Caribbean migrants on the Empire Windrush ship to the UK.
Guests across various communities and industries turned up to mark the contribution made by those from the Caribbean, with attendees including Prime Minister Theresa May, MP Diane Abbott, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Home Secretary Sajid David, Baroness Floella Benjamin and more.
The hour-long service, conducted by The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster, included a steel drum performance played by Shern Hall Methodist Youth Steel band and a dramatic exploration of how Caribbean migrants were invited to “The Motherland” to help rebuild post-war Britain.