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The National Windrush Monument
funded by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
22nd June 2022
at all times
THE NATIONAL WINDRUSH MONUMENT / The National Windrush Monument was designed to acknowledge / and celebrate the outstanding contribution and dedication of the / Windrush Generation to British history. / The monument symbolises the courage, commitment and resilience / of thousands of men, women and children who travelled to the / UK from 1948 to 1971. It has been created as a permanent place of reflection, fostering / greater understanding of the Windrush Generation’s talent, hard / work and loyalty to Britain, inspiring generations forever. The National Windrush Monument has been funded by / the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. With thanks to the Windrush Commemoration Committee Baroness Floella Benjamin, DBE, DL, Chair Paulette Simpson, CBE, Deputy Chair Sir Ken Olisa, OBE CStJ, FRSA, FBCS The Bishop of Dover, The Rt Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin, CD, MBE Ansel Wong, CBE Professor Geoff Thompson, MBE, FRSA, DL Tim Campbell, MBE Simon Frederick Co-opted members Philomena Davidson, PPRSS; Professor Steve Eichhorn; Keith Taylor, JP With Thanks to Network Rail for Gifting the space.