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Preston Windrush Generation

This group is a voice for the descendants; the next generation of Windrush and immigrants that have lived here and made the UK their home.

Preston Windrush Generation and Descendants UK (PWGD UK) began when Sekeena Kydd (now Muncey and founder) learned her daughter's passport application had been declined for a school trip to Spain in July 2019.

This began an investigation into what would reveal to be a much wider problem affecting countless others in various ways. Since then, Sekeena and Glenda Andrew have worked tirelessly to support the victims of the Windrush Scandal and al those who found themselves at the mercy of the ‘hostile environment'.

PWGD is part of a growing network of grassroots support groups across the UK working with prominent figures and officials to defend our right to exist peacefully in the country we call home.

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Press Statements

3rd February 2022

Windrush generation descendant puts the Home Office in the dock

The Windrush generation and their descendants are still being treated as immigrants despite being British, and so need protection via a Windrush Act, a judicial review appeal hearing will be told next Tuesday (8th February 2022)

Read Press Statement 3rd February 2022

11th January 2021

Windrush Generation take legal action against the Home Secretary for her continued failure to right a historic injustice

We are applying for a Judicial Review against the Home Secretary Priti Patel for refusing to amend the laws which deprived many of their British citizenship, despite them having lived most of their lives in the UK. We are calling for a 'Windrush Act' to ensure no Windrush survivor or their descendants risk being treated as foreigners in their own country in the future.

We are also calling for a minimum £10,000 reparation for all Windrush victims to compensate for what they have already suffered.

Read Press Statement 11th January 2021

5th January 2021

Give the Windrush Generation their Citizenship back! Pass the Windrush Act!

Anthony Brown’s letter of 22nd June 2020 to the Home Secretary requested the following actions to be taken:

1) All people who were born as either British Subjects prior to 1948 or as Citizens of the UK and Colonies post-1948 and who had been settled in the UK for a period of 5 years by 1 January 1983, should, for the purposes of the Immigration Act 1971 and the British Nationality Act 1981, be treated as having continued to be Citizens of the UK and Colonies throughout this period irrespective of the impact of any independence legislation passed in relation to their countries of origin.

2) An additional payment should be made on top of any compensation to everyone that successfully applies to the Windrush Scheme from the Caribbean who came before 1st January 1973 of £10,000 automatically as a symbolic payment of reparation for the harm cited in recommendation (1) of the Wendy Williams Windrush Lessons Learned Review.

Read Press Statement 5th January 2021


Engagement and Outreach to Communities: A Windrush Online Conference

Every Tuesday Evening: 8.30 pm to 10.00 pm

This is for PWGD UK subscribed members, committee and the public to bring their questions, link with groups and organisations for sharing ideas and common aims and objectives in raising the awareness of the following:

  • Windrush
  • Citizenship and birth rights
  • The "hostile environment"
  • Windrush Act, The Windrush Motion and Law reform
  • Windrush Story and Black History for Education
  • Well-being of Citizens
  • Humanitarian issues
  • Corona Virus – Covid19 - What is it, how is it affecting your community?

This is being held via Zoom. Please Click here to register

To register and join Windrush Conference FreeTalk on Zoom every Tuesday at 8.30pm you can, via this link: 
As soon as you've completed the registration it will be emailed to you.
We look forward to you joining us. Best wishes, Glenda Andrew

Burning Work
Intergenerational Conference Report
Windrush Day - 22nd June 2020
Press Statement
The Windrush National Organising Group
16th April 2020
Windrush Lessons Learned Review
Independent review by Wendy Williams
19 March 2020
Press Statement: 19th March 2020
Response to Lessons Learnt Review
Windrush National Organising Group (WNOG)
Press Statement: 22nd March 2020
Our Response to the Windrush Lessons Learned Review
Wendy Williams
March 2020
Model motion on Windrush and deportations
March 2020
Preston Windrush Questionnaire
Online Download
March 2020
Preston Windrush Brochure

On 10th May 2019, there was a Drop In Advice and Workshop at the Plunginton Community Centre. Rev Desmond Jaddoo of the Windrush Movement was a speaker at the meeting. You can watch the video here

windrush movement
We are supported by the Windrush Movement, led by Rev Desmond Jaddoo

Where you can purchase the Windrush merchandise

What Happened?

support for people affected by windrush

The UK Passport Office said that Sekeena's daughter is not a British Citizen or British National, even though both Sekeena and her daughter were born in the UK.

Even though Sekeena's father is British, she was told that they only look at the mothers’ lineage, not the fathers'.

Sekeena's mother came here to the UK in 1962, age 7. She was from St Vincent's, an island in the West Indies which is part of the Commonwealth.

As her mother was not British, this meant that Sekeena and her daughter are not British either and this is why her daughter’s passport was declined.

Click here for details about our Advocacy Services

Help and Support

Preston Windrush Generation & Descendants UK is supporting people affected by the immigration and humanitarian problems caused by the Windrush Scandal.

If you want to show support for Sekeena Kydd Muncey and her family, please subscribe and share!

If you need or require any help, or filling in forms, need an advocate, someone to speak on your behalf or make the call, or of you just need to talk, or need advice and support, we are here for you too!

If you can help by offering any services, funding or donations please contact us.

This group is open to anyone in the same situation as Sekeena or knows of anyone who has been in this situation of citizenship or Nationalisation. Because up until now, if you don't know your nationality, this could happen to anyone in the UK!

Thank you for reading about Preston Windrush Generation & Descendants UK. We hope we can come together, regardless of colour or race, and learn, grow and make a difference together!

Click here for details about our Advocacy Services

advocacy service in preston

March and family weekend in Preston: July 2019