A museum wants to hear from refugees and migrants from around the world to listen to their memories this Windrush Day.

Brighton and Hove Museums is hosting an event on Saturday at Hove Museum of Creativity, New Church Road, Hove, for people to tell their own migration stories for future generations to listen to.

The charity, which protects five historic and cultural venues across the city, is encouraging anyone who has immigrated to the UK under any circumstances, including the Windrush, to share their experiences.

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The museum’s Culture Change team, which was set up to change how stories from different communities are told and recorded, will gather as many stories as possible on the day.

These archives will be part of an oral history collection which people can listen to in the future.

Guests are asked to bring along memorabilia and photos if they have any, but the museum said just memories will also be enough.

The Culture Change team will also be collecting family recipes from around the world to use in school resources. 

During the event, people can also expect music, food, and activities including face painting and badgemaking.

Joint head of Culture Change, Simone LaCorbiniere said: "This will be a fun afternoon for everyone to celebrate the achievements and contributions the Windrush generation have made to the UK.

"But we also want to celebrate some of the fascinating, brave and important stories of migration into the area from other communities.

 "It is important that we hear and keep these stories so people in the future can understand what it is like to leave your homeland and start a new life in the UK.

"From Commonwealth citizens who answered the call for help in the Windrush era to more recent journeys from every corner of the globe, every journey is special.

"Every journey is worth celebrating."

The event is free to enter and will run from 12pm until 4pm.