April 2018 – Maas Roy receiving an award for community service from the Jamaican Prime Minister.
Photo: courtesy of the Prime Minister’s Office.

Saturday 30 November 2019 – Maas Roy purchasing a piece of art by Jon Judace at the Black History African Market event in Tottenham. They had a lovely chat as Jon was pleased to be able to meet an elder and said that elders are very important in helping younger people to understand their history, connect with their feelings, to be more communicative and to pass on values about their culture.

Maas Roy and Yvonne with Irene Sinclair wishing her a happy 111th birthday. Yvonne interviewed her for a programme called ‘5 Minute English’ when she was a mere of 102. Now this is what we call Black History amongst really old friends! – 23 September 2019.

22 June 2019 – Maas Roy spending Windrush Day with the artist Everton Wright at a special dinner to honour elders in Birmingham where he was asked to address the guests.

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The Team Photo by Small Fry Stills

9 October 2010 – Yvonne interviews Irene Sinclair for the Black Cultural Archives in the UK.
Irene was born in 1908 in what was then, British Guyana

Photo by Glen Hibbert

A book reading at Mahoe Cafe & Bar, St Pauls, London

Photo by Colin Babb

Photo by Small Fry Stills

A surprise visitor from Brussells, Maas Roy’s neice Venice, attends the Waterstones Book Launch, October 2009

Photo by Small Fry Stills

Meg Phillip, novelist; Kwame McPherson (L), novelist and poet; Dave Neita (R), lawyer, poet,
public speaker and chair of the event

Photo by Small Fry Stills

Yvonne with Dave Neita, friend, barrister and poet and Colin Grant,
author of “Negro With a Hat”, much admired by Maas Roy.
Colin shared the event at Waterstones, Islington Green in October 2009

Aunt Ruby, a 2nd mum to Yvonne, is surprised to find Maas Roy in London!

Photo by Small Fry Stills

Some of Maas Roy’s anecdotes are pure comedy!

Photo by Small Fry Stills