15 - 16 Jul
Derby West Indian Community Association

Derby Caribbean Carnival

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Introduction

This year, Derby West Indian Community Association (DWICA) celebrates its 41st year of hosting Derby Caribbean Carnival in the city. This is a true flagship community cohesion event, that showcases a carnival troupe street procession consisting of over 400 participants from various cities in the UK such as Nottingham, Leicester, London, Leeds and, of course, Derby.

Taking place on Saturday 16 July, the procession leaves Pear Tree School on a 3km route to the Market Place in Derby city centre. Despite losing local authority funding for the family fun day at Osmaston Park, DWICA recognises the importance of continuing the only African Caribbean event in Derby that attracts thousands of revellers from across the country to the city. They receive continued support from Arts Council England through the regional partnership EMCCAN.

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