FOTC SUPPLEMENTARY SCHOOL – EMS Tutoring

FOTC congratulates the students from our Supplementary School… We are all ecstatic in your achievements! It was almost a perfect term for GCSE students tutored at our supplementary school. Many of our students made us proud by achieving great grades – A & B in English, chemistry, biology, physics and maths. The feedbacks from some […]

A Caribbean Cricket Family Fun Day

Last year FOTC launched its Cricket Family Fun Day at Campbell Park Milton Keynes as part of a weekend of celebration marking its 10th anniversary and MK 50th. This event was a great success, and a great day out for the whole family. The cricket match was between Lashings All Stars vs Milton Keynes. The […]

YOUNG PEOPLE – MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Elody, is a past student of FOTC’s Supplementary School, a current sixth form student, and now one of our Junior tutors. She participated in our recent fundraising event to help the Hurricane Victims of Dominica and Antiqua.  Beyond arranging with some of her friends to assist at the event, she recognized an opportunity to raise […]

Inspirational Evening A Success

Our Patron – Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to the Queen and to the Speaker of the House of Commons, arrived to a full house at Milton Keynes’s favourite Caribbean restaurant “Blue Mountain Yard”, on Sunday, 10th September.  The piped reggae music and ambience of the restaurant created a great mood and atmosphere that reminded us of […]

Dominica and Antigua/Barbuda HURRICANE RELIEF FUNDRAISING

People with Caribbean heritage and those just wanting to assist those affected by the hurricane in Dominica and Antigua/Barbuda, gathered for an evening of variety entertainment last Saturday evening at the Ridgeway Centre. Under the distinguished patronage of the Deputy Mayor of Milton Keynes, Cllr Martin Petchey and representatives from both the Jamaican and Dominican […]

ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANT

FOTC highlights one of our members, Anthony Young, a Milton Keynes based photographer. Anthony is currently creating a photographic project and exhibition centred on the African Caribbean Elders living in Milton Keynes.  These Elders took the brave decision to start a new life in the UK, during the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. Their presence […]