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Party in the streets of Notting Hill this weekend

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It’s that time of year again where the streets of London come alive with traditional and contemporary sounds, vibrant colours and joyous celebrations. Every year on August Bank Holiday weekend, Afro-Caribbean communities come together for Europe’s largest street festival; Notting Hill Carnival.

Originating over 50 years ago in 1964, the Carnival is a time for Afro-Caribbean communities to celebrate their own cultures and traditions, and to remember the Caribbean homes they have left behind.

Kicking off with a pre carnival street party on Saturday, followed by Children’s Day on Sunday and the Monday Parade / The Grand Finale being held on Monday, there’s an array of events and celebrations taking place over the weekend to keep you entertained. Along with music, parades, performances and a wonderful carnival atmosphere, you can even enjoy some tasty Caribbean food and drink!

Here at Host Wembley all our rooms have a purpose built study area as standard and our students are able to take advantage of our clean and airy communal study areas. To find out how you can join our thriving student community please contact us today on 0203 475 5952 to arrange a viewing.

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