African Community Foundation Gloucestershire

A community organisation that provides a platform for social cohesion, participation and empowerment for the community in our locality.  One of our main events is Black history Cheltenham of which we help to deliver various events with our partners and presently we are looking to host the African film festival in Cheltenham of which fits in with the hubs ambition to promote specialised cinema, extend film choice, increase and broaden film audiences and enhance opportunities for audiences to engage with and learn about film.

Working in partnership with Cheltenham film group members of which has an active membership of 600 people, we feel to have already an audience that is willing and ready to enhance their and extend their film experience beyond what is regarded as the norm.

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