The black poppy rose was created to represent the African/Black/West Indian/Pacific Island communities' role in the war. The project began in 2010.

The BlackPoppyRose campaign says it is a symbol for us to remember not only the soldiers, but also the peoples, of Africans/Black/West Indian/Pacific Island communities who contributed in any way for the War effort.

Wondering how you can keep your immune system working efficiently whilst you are self-isolating? Professor Janet Lord, Director of the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing, tells us just how important exercise is for our immune system. In this video filmed and edited at home by her daughter, Chloe, Professor Lord also shares some handy tips and demonstrations we can follow at home whilst we are all #CoopedUp! Find out more about exercising at home and take part in an online exercise class by visiting Move It Or Lose It (

"Dreaming after all is a form of planning” Gloria Steinem. We totally agree and we invite you to continue dreaming with us of the day when travel will be possible again. Join our #GrenadaDreaming campaign by using the hashtag, and sharing on your social media, your best experiences of your visit to Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. You may just be featured on our platform. Never stop dreaming.

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