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We're delighted that you've found us! Use this site to discover more about our association and members. We meet regularly in Reading to take part in activities and enjoy each other's company. We were founded to provide a place for everyone to meet and learn new skills. We hope to empower young people so that they can grow as active and valuable members of the community. We hope to meet you soon and to be able to welcome you in person!

 

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November 28, 2020:  A virtual celebration of fellowship, recognition and achievement to reconnect Bajans with their loved ones ALL over the world!

Black Lives Matter (BLM) is an international human rights movement, originating in the African-American community, that campaigns against violence and systemic racism towards black people.

 

 

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

WINDRUSH SUPPORT

Free Legal Support from Qualified Solicitors.

Please click on the photo on the left to be taken directly to the the Windrush Compensation Support page. When calling please Quote B.A.F.A. Thank You.

 

 

 

Statement from the Chairman of Barbados & Friends Association (BAFA) Reading

 

The Barbados & Friends Association has been aware of Barbados Government’s aspiration for Barbados to become a Republic as the topic has been under public discussion for some time. The island has had long and historic ties with the United Kingdom and its institutions for nearly four hundred years. Like many other Caribbean Islands, Barbados gained its independence from Britain and became an Independent country in 1966.

 

We have seen significant migration to the motherland culminating in the twinning of Speightstown Barbados with the town of Reading in the UK. We wish the government of Barbados God’s grace and guidance in whatever action they take, knowing they will always act in the interest of the people. We will continue to support Bajans living in the UK and Reading in particular. We see no reason why our excellent relationships with the good people of the UK should change, whatever the outcome of the government of Barbados’s constitutional amendments.

 

Chairman

Jefferson Jones

 

 

NEW COMMUNITY INFORMATION

Coronavirus (COVID‑19)

There are three simple actions we must all do to keep on protecting each other

 

  • Wash handskeep washing your hands regularly
  • Cover facewear a face covering in enclosed spaces
  • Make spacestay at least 2 metres apart - or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions
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Public Notice

We have been asked by  a family in Barbados to reach out to : Ms Florine Stedman  (Also known as) Glen Stedman. Her last known address was Banbury, Oxon, England. If you are in contact with Me Stedman and if you can help, please privately message BAFA on 07856- 152260 or email bafa_reading@hotmail.com and we will pass on the information to the enquirer.

Thank you

 

BAFA Committee Members and Honoured Guests at the 2019 Dinner and Dance.

BAFA Community Events during 2019

Barbados Day - Reading and Speightstown 15 years Town Twinning Day May 2019

For the 2nd year in a row BAFA along side Dolphin Catering were at the Reading Water Fest on Saturday 15th June 2019.
The Caribbean food was once again enjoyed by the whole community.

 

 

We meet regularly in a convivial atmosphere to exchange ideas and seek ways to improve our association.

 

Take a look at our current Events calendar.

 

 

Our association is made up of people of all ages who enjoy making new friends, meeting new ones and simply enjoy spending time together at one of our meetings or events.

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