Leeds West Indian Carnival: A Brief History About The Oldest West Indian Carnival In Europe
The first West Indian carnival in Europe was founded in Leeds in 1967 by Arthur France, who remembers the first year being packed — with people who thought his mad idea would never work. Now nearing its 50th anniversary, Leeds Carnival attracts 100,000 party people to Potternewton Park every year.
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