National Army Museum's Ghanaian collection in Forest Gate - During Community Hall 13 - 16pm.
Saturday 6th June 2015
Focus on the relationship between Ghanaians and their past, present and future within the UK.
Understand how the Ghanaian community feels about the objects and their history.
Their objects focus mainly on the Anglo - Asante Wars and range from military weapons to spiritual objects.
The Ghanaian community input is key to the museum's understanding and classification of these objects.
NAM (National Army Museum) is looking for people who have a connection to Ghana and want to promote the Cultural heritage of the nation.