Story by Corinne Moss. Now based on Floor 3 of the SADACCA building on The Wicker, the staff and volunteers of Sheffield African Caribbean Mental Health Association have been working diligently for over 18 months [Read more]
Hi I’m Andy Stockton. A few readers might remember me performing at SADACCA and the Abbeyfield Park Festival in the late 1990’s with the hip hop crew the Red Eye Knights. Music is important to [Read more]
Story by John Malkin | Photos courtesy of SADACCA SADACCA launched a brand new community arts space on the 13th July, wi th an opening day performances and workshops from the likes of Kweku Sackey [Read more]
Story by Norman Wynter Following petitioning from Sheffield and District African & Caribbean Community Association (SADACCA), a local road will be named Windrush Road in honour of the Caribbean immigrants who moved to the city [Read more]
Story and photos by Marek Payne On Friday 30th June we were warmly greeted at SADACCA. There was music playing and the room was filling up with friendly people on a lovely summer evening. Host [Read more]
Story and photo by Maxwell Ayamba The Sheffield Environmental Movement (SEM) focusses on ethnic minority involvement with nature and is currently delivering two projects with Byron Wood Academy Primary School and Hillsborough College, Fir Vale Centre. Firstly, ‘Bringing OPAL to Urban Young [Read more]
Story by SADACCA Photo by Daniel Falekulo SADACCA is a community organisation which was founded in 1984. Heritage Open Day was an opportunity to show ourselves as part of the heritage of Sheffield, through our [Read more]
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