The 3rd African Stories in Hull and East Yorkshire exhibition is now on at Goole Museum until 6 April 2019. The exhibition is open every week from Tuesday to Saturday.
Goole is a port town at the very edge of East Yorkshire with several stories which link directly into the region, such as those of the first Black vicar Reverend Edward Cragg-Haynes, and Laureen Sylvestre - who made her mark transforming from an abandoned orphan 'stray' to an entertainer.
Goole is easy to visit from West, South and North Yorkshire, as well as from further afield. The previous two exhibitions welcomed visitors from Australia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ghana, Scotland, the USA and Wales.
We encourage more visits from closer to home. Come and see this different side to British social history!