Ref no43688
TitleRecords of the Bristol West Indian Cricket Club (BWICC)
DescriptionThe collection contains minutes, administrative papers, correspondence, development plan, reports and articles of association. Please note that items containing personal information have been restricted at the request of the depositor.
Extent1 box
Administrative historyThe club is one of the longest running self-funding Caribbean organisations in Bristol. It has its origins in the Montpelier and Multi-Racial Cricket Clubs, which began in the late 1950s and combined in 1962 to form BWICC
Access statusMixed
Access conditionsAccess restricted at request of depositor. Approved by Archives Unit Management Team.
Related materialSee 43745 for the personal collection of Guy Reid-Bailey, founder member, and 43845/Ph/3/10-14 for photographs of members of the club at the Bamboo Club, Bristol.
Archivist's noteRestricted access periods have been set at 30 years for items which contain general personal information (e.g. minutes and correspondence, using the traditional '30 year rule' guide, as the information would not have been expected to be publicly available) and 100 years for items containing sensitive information (e.g. disciplinary matters, under the Data Protection Act) when the collection was re-appraised in 2016
Custodial historyAcquired as part of the Bristol Black Archives Partnership from members of BWICC in 2007
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