Notting Hill Carnival is a festival centred around Caribbean culture, which gives all of those who spectate and participate in it a strong sense of community, happiness and togetherness.
Notting Hill Carnival in London has a history that spans over 50 years, with celebrations that are held over the August UK public holiday weekend.
The celebrations involve trucks playing sounds of the Caribbean, followed by masqueraders and revellers that go through the streets of Notting Hill and the surrounding areas of North West London.
The area of Notting Hill in London holds particular relevance to the Caribbean community, in its history. Following the Windrush experience and growing migration, a Caribbean community emerged, with origins from the various islands of the Caribbean. Notting Hill Carnival began as a celebration of these cultures, whilst also encouraging inclusivity for everyone and anyone who wanted to participate.
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