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for Cambridgeshire residents

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BME Community Groups

& Organisations

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Action for Black and Minority and Ethnic Communities Cambridgeshire (ABMEC C.I.C)


ABMEC CIC is a community interest company funded by the Big Lottery for a five year project to December 2012.  Based in Cambridgeshire we provide support and advice to Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities, migrant workers and asylum seekers to improve life chances for integration into British Society. 

 

ABMEC CIC works to promote and strengthen existing and new communities whose members will benefit from cultural events designed to promote community cohesion, workshop activities and basic skills training.  Through working in partnership with local organisations and through community consultation we encourage all to play an active role in shaping the Project.

 

Address: Compass House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Histon, Cambridge, CB14 9AD
Contact: Sylvia Lingwood, Diep Hoang
Telephone: 01223 257700
Email: sylvialingwood@talktalk.net, diephoang2@hotmail.com


Asian Community
The Asian Community serves the needs of the Asian Community, setting up capacity building group activities and promoting community cohesion. It also helps to access other services across the city.


Address: 4 Regent Street, Cambridge, CB2 1BY
Contact: Monowara Ahmed, Development Officer
Telephone:  01223 457870
Mobile:  07801525279
Email:  monowara.ahmed@cambridge.gov.uk

 

Cambourne Ladies International Club (CLIC)

CLIC ’s Aims & Objectives
• To provide a common ground of understanding between individuals of various ethnic origins in Cambourne, England and its surrounding villages through social, cultural, and educational services.
• There are so many international families that will be given mutual help in settling down in their new life in the Cambourne community without exclusion of race, creed or political orientation.
Coffee Mornings & Playgroup:  Wednesday 10am to noon except for school holidays


Contact: Laura Bangs 01954 710510
Email:Cambourne.clic@gmail.com


Website: www.cambourne-ladies-international-club.org.uk/

Supported in part by SCDC and Cambridge RAG


Cambridge African Network Group
The Cambridge African Network (CAN) group organises events for the benefit of our members as well as the general public in Cambridgeshire. These include capacity building and recreational events to promote personal development
and social inclusion.
Telephone: 07747537376
Email: info@cambridgeafricannetwork.co.uk

Web: See CAN online here...


The Cambridge Caribbean Association
Address:
c/o Clifford Bell
121 Hillcrest
Bar Hill
Cambridge, CB23 8TH
Telephone: 01223 512002
Email: Info.camcarib@ntlworld.com

Web: Cambridge Caribbean Association online here...


Cambridge Chinese Community
The objectives of the Cambridge Chinese Community Centre are to promote the benefit of the community of Cambridge, to promote racial harmony, to provide some facilities for recreation and leisure-time occupation as to improve life style and to improve general welfare of its members
Address:
Citylife House
Sturton Street
Cambridge, UK
CB1 2QF Contact: Jason Yow
Email: cccc@jasonyow.fsnet.co.uk
Telephone: 01223 426448
Telephone:  01223 365228
Email:  enquiries@cambridgechinese.co.uk
Website: www.cambridgechinese.co.uk

 


Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum (CECF)
CECF provides a cultural diversity service that helps promote an understanding between people from different ethnic groups and help them be a natural part of Cambridge life. We give special social, cultural, moral and practical support to groups and develop particular projects where needed.

One of our key projects is the Cambridge Racial Incident Support Project (CRISP) - project website here...
Address:
62-64 Victoria Road
Cambridge
CB4 3DU
Telephone: 01223 315877
Email: cecfenquiries@cecf.co.uk

Web: See CECF online here...


Cambridge Pakistan Cultural Association
Address:
Cambridge Pakistan Cultural Association
10 Fortescue Road
Cambridge, CB4 2JT
Contact: Shahid Bakar Khan, Chairman
Mirza Yousaf Baig, Chief Executive
Telephone: 01223-847835
Mobile: 07801556127
Email: Chairman@pakcam.com

See the Association online here...

 

Cambridge Vietnamese Refugee Community
Address:
132 Mowbray Road
Cambridge
CB1 7TG
Contact: Mr Tang Anh
Telephone: 01223 248557
Email: cambridgeshirevietnamesecommunity@fsmail.net
Communities and Local Government
Telephone: 0303 440000
Email: contactus@communities.gov.uk

 

East of England Polish Community Organisation
Address:
231-231A Chesterton Road
Cambridge, CB4 1AN
Contact: Kamila Lembrych
Telephone: 07889868440
Email: kamila.lembrych@eepco.co.uk

See the Polish Community Association online here...

 

Indian Culture Community Association
Address:
Bharat Bhavan
Bharat Way
Off Mill Road
Cambridge, CB1 2AZ
Email: iccacambridge@msn.com

See ICCA Cambridge online here...

 

Menter
Address:
62-64 Victoria Road
Cambridge
CB4 3DU
Email: office@menter.org.uk

See Menter on the web here...

 

'Women 4 Integration'
Based in Cambridge, we are a Women's group with roots in Pakistan and British Pakistan. Our aim is to host events reaching out to women from white and other BME groups where we can learn and exchange information about other cultures.
For further information please contact:
Samia Baig: 07956192119 - samiatbaig@hotmail.com
Nyelah Aslam : 07751357203
Henna Wali Haque
Talat Hasmi
Farah Moghul

See Women4Intergration on the web here...