Documenting daily life for the Windrush generation

A new exhibition by photographer Jim Grover marks 70 years since the first wave of many thousands of Caribbean migrants arrived in post-war Britain, showing a now mostly retired group of people in their homes, churches and community centres

Windrush is a word that has become embroiled in scandal over the last couple of months. Thanks to recent revelations about the government’s so-called hostile environment immigration policy, it has emerged that as many as 63 Caribbean migrants who came to the UK legally decades ago may have been wrongfully deported in recent years.

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Maidenhead, Berkshire