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May 19, 2022

Jamaica diaspora conference uk briefing for may 20

May 19, 2022

NB - Conference begins 4pm in the UK.

men's health - prostate cancer seminar today

May 13, 2022

Start time: 7pm (UK).

REMEMBERING SOUTH AFRICAN POET MAZISI KUNENE

May 12, 2022

Today, Google remembers the life of South African author and poet Mazisi Kunene (1930-2006). Closely connected with the ANC, he was very proactive within the anti-apartheid movement within Africa and Europe. He was noted for his translansation of the epic Zulu poem Emperor Shaka the Great. He became South Africa's first poet laureate in 2005.

Jamaica diaspora conference 2022 for may 6

May 5, 2022

NB - Conference begins 4pm in the UK.

swept track & field club - continuing to rise

April 25, 2022

To mention Jamaican track & field coaches, names such as the legendary Glen Mills and Stephen Francis immediately spring to mind. Perhaps less well-known is Okeile Stewart - Glenmuir alumnus, Founder and Head Coach of S.W.E.P.T. (Speed With Endurance and Perfect Technique) track club. Founded in 2007, the club's main aim is to develop track athletes from grassroots level to greater heights. 400m hurdler and Tokyo 2020 Olympian Jaheel Hyde and sprinter Tyquendo Tracey are some of the high-profile athletes on the club's roster. For more on Okeile Stewart and SWEPT, listen here.

keri-leigh manning - sagicor Bank jamaica's new treasury assistant Vice-president

April 19, 2022

" No one has ever made history by playing it safe, and that being bold is the only way to achieve greatness." So says Sagicor Bank Jamaica's latest Treasury appointee and Glenmuir alumna Keri-Leigh Manning to the role of Assistant Vice-President. The daughter of former Glenmuir High Principal Clement Radcliffe and teacher Karen Radcliffe, Keri-Leigh reflected on her journey to her new post here. We bestow congratulations on her appointment!

back to the future - the glenmuir high school class of 1958

April 16, 2022

Our alma mater Glenmuir High marks its 64th anniversary in 2022. In remembering our journey, it's great to see pictures of the original batch of students from 1958. If you recognise anyone in the photo, or know of their current whereabouts, please get in touch here. It would be good to highlight their stories and experiences so spread the word!

jamaica '60 celebration service of thanksgiving in birmingham planned for august 6

April 4, 2022

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